Improving of the management of non-residential Fund of the Moscow city Abstract
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Improving the system of governance and the effective use of non-residential fund of the city of Moscow is the most important part of the work to develop the city'-s economy and provide revenue to the budget of the city of Moscow. As a result, extending from the beginning of the 90s the processes section of the state property to the federal and regional, privatization, municipalization of social services have led to the fact that the subjects of the Federation, including Moscow, became the owners of large-scale property complexes, including land, non-residential premises, housing, shareholdings of companies, debt obligations, information resources and other types of property.
governance, social services, municipalization.
Naturally, the successive approximation the average rent charged for the rental of non-residential premises owned by the city, to market prices is only possible if the reduction contingent of tenants that use space on favorable terms, significantly below market.
To solve this problem, approach may be used to provide incentives applied in St. Petersburg.
The said order was approved by the Law of St. Petersburg on July 19, 2005 № 377−57 «On the procedure of granting privileges on rent for non-residential premises, the landlord of which is St. Petersburg& quot- (Adopted by the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg June 29, 2005) (rev. and ext. 11 July 2006).
The law sets a maximum limit of non-residential area, owned by St. Petersburg, rent for the implementation of socially significant activities, which is 1,253,510 sq.m. Beginning January 1, 2007, for the implementation of socially significant activities in the rent may be granted only objects belonging to the Fund.
After the formation of the Fund limit the maximum and minimum area of nonresidential facilities constituting the Fund, approved annually by the Law of St. Petersburg. Non-residential premises, the rental rate for which more than 130 conventional units per 1 sq.m. per year, shall not be included in the Fund. The inclusion of non-residential Fund, as well as the exclusion of objects from the Fund pursuant to the procedure established by the Government of St. Petersburg. Beginning January 1, 2007, the benefits of rent for non-residential premises that are not included in the Fund are not available.
Benefits of rent for non-residential premises are provided on the basis of applications made to the authorized Government of St. Petersburg executive body of St. Petersburg.
The annex provides a balance of reporting non-residential buildings and premises of the city of Moscow as of January 1, 2006, approved by the Government of Moscow & quot-On Approval of the Summary balance of nonresidential buildings and premises of the city of Moscow as of January 1, 2006& quot- dated July 4, 2006 number 473-PP. As can be seen in the balance sheet data are presented by category of tenants, price indices by type of premises (office, retail, warehouse) are absent. As noted above, this problem hinders the operational management of renting commercial premises and monitoring rents because the accounting system does not meet the market indicators.
To solve this problem it is necessary to develop and add to the fiscal balance of form to allow for assessment of the lease of nonresidential premises in accordance with market classification.
In the form of balance information on non-residential premises should be provided on the types of premises (office, retail, warehouse) and classes (A, B, C).
To solve this problem, the Department of the Moscow City Property shall conduct the work on the inventory of the rented stock in order to determine their membership of a particular type and class.
When analyzing the effectiveness of non-residential premises lease was a trend to some reduction in the yield of the control of such kind of property of Moscow. On the graph in Appendix contains information about the income of the budget of the city of Moscow from the management of state property for 1 ruble invested Budget 2007 levels. As can be seen from the graph in 2007 budget revenues of the city lies a higher return from the management of non-residential premises as rent and other sources as compared to last year. In our opinion, the formation of budget revenues of the city of Moscow from the management of state property in a subsequent
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Department of property of Moscow should pay attention to the ratio of the cost of management and provide income. This part should be, in my opinion, to adhere to, at least, adequate growth of spending budget revenues, and ideally revenue growth should outpace the growth of management costs. Only in this case property management can be considered effective.
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© N O. Udachin, 2015
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Student of the faculty of & quot-State and municipal management& quot- The Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow
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