Abinader announces one-stop construction window to be in place by the first quarter of 2022


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Feb 20, 2019

President Luis Abinader announced a one-stop construction window will be in operation by the first quarter of next year through the Ministry of Housing, Habitat and Buildings. The new facility will cut red tape so that non-complex projects can get all their permits in 60 days. Complex project paperwork would take 120 days.

He said that once the Zero Bureaucracy Efficient Government Project for the construction sector is in effect, all permits and construction processes will be streamlined. A deadline has been set for November 2022 for all other areas of the government to facilitate the paperwork processes, thus guaranteeing transparency.

President Abinader says that the government is studying proposals for a new rental law that would promote low-cost housing investment. He said this would resolve the housing situation of young people and...

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Jul 16, 2017
It took us an entire YEAR to get the building permits for our house renovation in la zona colonial - including daily check-ins during the final month to force the determination. The project included some demolition, but no visible changes from the street. Sixty days for a permit would be an epic improvement.