In early August, the Prioksko-Terrasny Nature Reserve became one of the first specially protected natural areas of federal significance, which officially put its territory on cadastral registration with the assignment of an account number 220.127.116.11. On the public map of the Unified State Register of Real Estate, a deep green color indicates that the reserve is a zone with special conditions for the use of the territory.
More recently, in 2017, the information contained in the real estate cadastre and register of rights was included in the Unified State Register of Real Estate. This registry has become the main and reliable source of information on real estate throughout the Russian Federation. All rights to land and real estate are now required to be registered in this system. It clearly, graphically displays the location, size, boundaries of all land management in our country.
By order of the President of the Russian Federation, all borders of specially protected natural territories of federal significance must be entered in the Unified State Register of Real Estate, no later than 01.01.2022. As far back as 2001, the lands of the Prioksko-Terrasny Zapovednik were registered in the register of rights as a natural reserve destination, with the type of right — permanent (unlimited) use.
But times are changing, and this is not enough! Suddenly, it turned out that our reserve does not have the due status of a zone with special conditions for the use of the territory! It is time for the “Prioksko-Terrasny State Reserve” to designate their special status in accordance with the new requirements of the law.
The interaction of the Prioksko-Terrasny Zapovednik with the Unified State Register began several years ago, when it was necessary to register the buffer zone around the reserve. On July 27, 2018, the conservation zone was put on cadastral registration as a zone with special conditions for the use of the territory.
Now the familiar procedure had to go through again and register the reserve itself. A lot of preparatory work was carried out, the result of which was an official document confirming that now the reserve territory on the public cadastral map is colored green and the Unified State Register displays the “restriction” mode for this territory.
The information itself was made in a very short time — only a few days passed from applying to making changes! The exact legal status is extremely important for the effective conservation of nature, both in the densely populated Moscow region and in any other regions.
We are pleased to have been in time for the rapidly changing norms of the law.