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They will reduce the time required for the construction of engineering infrastructure and avoid re-laying networks in already developed areas.

In the blocks of renovation, the existing engineering networks, which were laid in the last century, are being modernized. This became necessary due to the increased workload due to the construction of new housing.

“For the renovation quarters, as part of the renovation of the engineering infrastructure, complex engineering support schemes will be used, containing data on the current and projected location of networks and power supply facilities, as well as possible loads on them. At the moment, 14 integrated schemes have been approved in six districts of the city, “said the head

Department of urban planning policy of Moscow Sergey Levkin.

Integrated schemes were developed and approved for the districts Pokrovskoye-Streshnevo (microdistrict 16), Mitino (settlement Novobratsevsky), Ochakovo-Matveevskoe (quarters 2 and 4), Solntsevo (settlement Zapadny), Lyublino (microdistricts 23, 29 and Zh), Sviblovo (microdistricts 23a and 24), Altufevsky (microdistricts 1-5), Butyrsky (microdistrict 78), Vostochnoye Izmailovo (microdistricts 28-36), Biryulyovo Vostochnoye (microdistrict 3 “Zagorie”), Metrogorodok (microdistricts 1, 2 and 2a) and Ivanovskoe ( microdistrict 40–52).

Sergei Levkin clarified that thanks to complex schemes, it is possible to connect both the quarter as a whole and each house separately to the utility networks. It will also allow to reduce the construction time of engineering infrastructure and avoid re-laying in already developed areas, minimizing inconvenience for residents.

The renovation program was approved in August 2017, it concerns about a million Muscovites and provides for the resettlement of 5,175 houses.

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