MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
April 20, 2021 11:22 am
For the wave resettlement of residents of the Southern Administrative District, 51 launch sites have already been selected.
In the Southern Administrative District (SAD), at the first stage of the renovation program, 16.7 thousand Muscovites will be resettled. The head told about it Department of urban planning policy of the city of Moscow Sergey Levkin…
“Now 51 launch sites have been selected to ensure wave relocation. It is planned to start resettlement of more than 16 thousand people by 2024, ”said Sergei Levkin.
The head of the Department recalled that the renovation program started in the Southern Administrative District with the settlement of a house on Sudostroitelnaya Street in the Nagatinsky Zaton district in September 2018.
“Now in the district five new buildings have been transferred for settlement in the districts of Nagatinsky Zaton, Moskvorechye-Saburovo, Danilovsky and Chertanovo Yuzhnoye. 2.5 thousand residents of 19 houses are in the process of relocation or have already completed their relocation, ”he added.
Sergei Levkin specified that there are 24 preserved objects on the territory of the Southern Administrative District. Over time, they will be reconstructed and adapted for modern applications. The buildings are located in the districts Danilovsky, Donskoy, Moskvorechye-Saburovo, Nagatino-Sadovniki and Nagorny.
A new house under the renovation program in the Danilovsky district has already examined by Sergei Sobyanin… Residents of the area began to move to new apartments at the end of last year – the first new settlers are moving practically in their own yard.
The renovation program was approved in the capital in 2017. About a million Muscovites took part in it – they are residents of more than five thousand houses. All of them will be able to move to modern comfortable apartments. For them already built over a million square meters of new housing.
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