The term “reconstruction” is used when referring to the reconstruction of an existing real estate object by interfering with the load-bearing structures and / or facade, changing the functional purpose or geometric shapes, making an extension or superstructure. Instead, reconstruction should not be confused with repair, which does not involve these interventions and changes.
To attention! Among the common types of reconstruction – extension, entrance group, hole in the wall, moving the wall, dismantling the wall, combining rooms, demolition of the window block, combining kitchen with balcony, combining room with balcony, combining two apartments, expansion of the doorway.
For apartments, private houses and commercial buildings with a low class of consequences (CC1) a simplified procedure for documenting the reconstruction is provided. However, without proper practical experience it is not easy to pass the necessary algorithm of actions without errors, especially given the innovations in the field of state regulation of architecture and urban planning.
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Stages of CC1 reconstruction
To legalize the reconstruction, you need to go through the same steps as in the design of a new building. The following algorithm of actions is applied:
The reconstruction project is being developed and approved by a certified architect.
Importantly! The project development takes into account the individual requirements of the customer, the year of construction and design features of the building, apartment planning, load on the walls and so on. Sometimes the consent of the neighbors is taken at the design stage, as the reconstruction entails certain consequences for them.
A construction passport is issued
Notification of the start of construction work is registered (through the portal of state services “Action” or through the CNAP).
A new technical passport is issued (with the involvement of a certified specialist).
A declaration of commissioning is submitted.
What should you pay attention to for the successful legalization of reconstruction?
Like each construction project, each reconstruction has its own individual characteristics. Therefore, before carrying out any construction work, you should consult with both certified architects and lawyers. Some perestroikas are extremely difficult or even impossible to legalize. On the other hand, processing documents after the work is done is often a more difficult task than following the correct procedure for obtaining permits, and only then doing the work.
One of the important factors in the rapid and successful issuance of reconstruction permits is the availability of all the necessary set of title documents for the object (ie documents certifying the right of ownership). If it is a house, then the set must also include a document for the land.