Analyzing the current system in housing and communal services, it will be advisable to gradually move to ensuring the financing of housing and communal infrastructure to a greater extent at the expense of private investors. The main tool for achieving these goals will be the implementation of the concession model of the organization of the utility market.
A concession is a system of relations between the parties, one party is a concedent, which can be a state or a municipal entity, the other party is a concessionaire, which can be legal entities or individuals. The relations of the parties are formed on the basis of the current legislation and the contract between the parties. As a result of a public-private partnership, the concessionaire gets open access to a monopolistic market for services with constant demand.
The objects of concession agreements in housing and communal services can include municipal infrastructure systems and other public utilities, including water, heat, gas and energy supply facilities, wastewater disposal, wastewater treatment, processing and disposal (burial) of household waste, objects intended for lighting the territories of urban and rural settlements, objects intended for landscaping.