Starting January 1st, requests for obtaining an electronic building permit can be submitted by anyone who has a computer with the operating system Windows XP or later and an Internet connection speed of 0.5 Mbps, which shows that conditions for the functioning of the new system are not too demanding.
This is how Jelena Bojovic, the manager of the Regulatory Reform Team of the National Alliance for Local Economic Development (NALED), announced the start of work of the electronic building permit system. As she noted at the conference "Building Permits - Unified Procedure and Planning Documentation in Practice" on December 2nd, the system will be possible to access through the website of the Business Registers Agency (BRA), the official website of the Ministry of Construction, Transportation and Infrastructure of the Republic of Serbia, and the Internet address www.gradjevinskedozvole.rs
- Users who saw the initial version of this software say it is as easy to use as Facebook because every step of the way you're getting clear instructions on what information to enter and what documents to upload. It was co-designed by the Republic Geodesic Institute, public companies and local self-governments, whose instructions helped the system be in compliance with the practice in the field - Ms. Bojovic said and added that over 3,000 clerks would be trained in the period December 2015-March 2016 in how to issue electronic building permits on the state and local levels.