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Providing information about the licensing entities to carry out activities to develop architectural and urban planning documentation in accordance with Annex.
Address: 6, Abay str., Tashkent
Phone: +998 (71) 244-27-54
Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers on February 1, 2012 № 26
Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers on March 23, 2010 № 50
documents confirming the applicant belongs by right of ownership or otherwise lawfully buildings, premises, equipment and tools necessary for carrying out the licensed activity;
decisions of local authorities on the transfer of premises in the category of non-residential - in the implementation of the licensed activity in the residential house (apartment) .
Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On measures to further improve the procedure for licensing the development of architectural and urban planning documentation" № 126 of April 30, 2009.
Free of charge.
Commission's decision to issue a license to the applicant a license or refusal to issue a license shall be made within a period not exceeding fifteen days from the date of receipt of the application of the license applicant.
Personally, through a legal representative, by mail, in electronic form, by phone.
Receive information on how to obtain a license.
Reasons for denial of a license are:
representation of the license applicant improperly documented ;
presence in the documents submitted by the license applicant , false or distorted information ;
inconsistency of the license applicant licensing requirements and conditions , as well as the conditions of competition ( tender ) .
Refusal to grant a license on other grounds , including on grounds that issuing a license shall not be permitted .
The license applicant has the right to appeal the decision of the licensing authority to refuse to issue a license , as well as actions (inaction ) of an official of the licensing authority , in the manner prescribed by law.
Recipient of the information may appeal electronically or by asking an appeal addressed to the head of the licensing authority.