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Construction permits process in Poland (Polonês)

On the ease of dealing with construction permits, Poland ranks 164th among all the countries in the report and 30th among the 30 Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries. In June 2010, an Investment Climate Reform Advisory team conducted a review of the construction permitting process in Poland as part of a broader request of the Government of Poland for assistance to improve its business regulatory environment. In order to assess the progress of reforms, the mission followed the procedures to obtain a construction permit for a book warehouse located in a peri-urban area of Warsaw. The mission followed the standard Doing Business methodology to the maximum extent possible, although not all representatives of agencies involved in the permitting process were available for meetings. The mission held a total of six meetings. The findings from these discussions with the regulatory bodies and government officials were subsequently discussed in interviews with industry practitioners—construction firms and developers, lawyers and architects. The mission’s findings were rather rich and led to significant interpretations, comments and recommendations regarding the improvement of Poland’s construction related regulations.




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