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Original Paper

UDC 332.012.2 © N.S. Bondarev, 2023

ISSN 0041-5790 (Print) • ISSN 2412-8333 (Online) • Ugol’ – Russian Coal Journal, 2023, № 8, pp. 79-83

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18796/0041-5790-2023-8-79-83




Bondarev N.S.1

1Kemerovo State University, Kemerovo, 650000, Russian Federation

Authors Information

Bondarev N.S., Doctor of Economic Sciences, Acting Head of the Department of Quality Management, e-mail: 05bns09@mail.ru


The article presents the development of land control in coal regions, which has shown its specificity associated with the transfer of land, their intended use, reclamation. The research is based on the use of analytical, regulatory, managerial, technological and economic methods. The analysis of the initial data showed that land control is carried out in the Kemerovo region-Kuzbass by state (Rosreestr, Rosprirodnadzor, Rosselkhoznadzor) and municipal authorities (as a rule, KMI) on the basis of inspections of land users. In economic terms, the results of inspections are fines imposed and damages presented for compensation for damage to land, which do not show a downward trend, since land legislation requires recultivation or restoration of natural fertility of land, and this is additional costs and coal enterprises are trying to avoid these costs by not performing or postponing these works. In order to change the situation, each methodological component is considered to ensure the development of land control. Technological methods as the most highly effective have the greatest impact on the development of land control. The possibilities of using electronic land control based on the use of automatic recording of violations of the requirements of land legislation, consisting of a technical and software component, are described. In the software part, violations are automatically detected by comparing the actual parameters and characteristics of the land plot with the digital data of the Unified State Register of Real Estate, which makes it possible to identify inconsistencies with the types of permitted use, the absence of mandatory objects on the land plot intended for certain purposes. In the final part, economic methods in land control are considered, the creation of trust funds that are used for the reclamation of disturbed lands is proposed.


Development, Land Control, Coal mining industry, Regional management, Economy, Land users, Reclamation, Automatic fixing of violations


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The work was carried out within the framework of agreement No. 075-15-2022-1195 dated 30.09.2022, concluded between the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation and the Federal budgetary educational institution of Higher Education "Kemerovo State University".

For citation

Bondarev N.S. Development of land control in coal regions (on the example of the Kemerovo region-Kuzbass). Ugol’, 2023, (8), pp. 79-83. (In Russ.). DOI: 10.18796/0041-5790-2023-8-79-83.

Paper info

Received July 5, 2023

Reviewed July 14, 2023

Accepted July 26, 2023


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