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Arkhangelsk Region: 150 territories of cultural heritage objects added to the Register of Immovable Property

The Unified State Register of Immovable Property has been complemented by information regarding 150 territories of cultural heritage objects of federal and regional levels located in Velsky, Vinogradovsky, Krasnoborsky and Leshukonsky Districts of the Arkhangelsk Region.

Currently, the Register contains information about 374 territories of cultural heritage objects of the Arkhangelsk Region and Nenets Autonomous Okrug, which is 47% of total number of the territories to be included into the Register.

With a view to protecting historic and cultural monuments, the boundaries have to be set for each object, where a special mode of use is determined. Boundaries of the territories of cultural heritage objects are to be set in accordance with the Federal Law No. 73 of 25 June 2002 'On cultural heritage objects (historic and cultural monuments) of the peoples of the Russian Federation'. A territory of cultural heritage object can include not only a plot of land occupied by the object itself, but also plots of land (pieces of them), lands of the forestry fund, water bodies, which are state- or municipal-owned, as well as owned by individuals or entities.

As outlined by Mr Alexey Churakov, the Deputy Director of the Federal Cadastre Chamber of the Arkhangelsk Region and Nenets Autonomous Okrug, due to filling of the Register with the information about territories of cultural heritage objects, the owners and potential purchasers of properties are advised to refine information about the restrictions or burdens imposed on the object prior to the transaction.


"Information about the territories of cultural heritage objects can be obtained from the publicly accessible web-service called Public Cadastral Map or through ordering an excerpt from the Unified State Register of Immovable Property in any multifunctional centre of Russia or on the Rosreestr portal", explained Mr Churakov.

Entering the data about the territories of cultural heritage objects into the Registry is a priority indicator of increasing of investment attractiveness of Russia’s regions. According to the Governmental Order No. 147-p of 31 January 2017, the year of 2021 is established as the year of completion of the works to determine the boundaries of the territories of cultural heritage objects and enter the data into the Unified State Register of Immovable Property.


Affiliated branch of Rosreestr in the Arkhangelsk Region and Nenets Autonomous Okrug