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They received housing in 15 new houses.
There are more than 80 percent of participants in the CJSC renovation programsmoving to new housing celebrated a housewarming. They were settled in 15 new houses, the head said. Department of Urban Development Policy of Moscows Sergey Levkin.
The first relocations to the CJSC began in April 2018, already 15 new buildings have been handed over for settlement. Today the renovation program is being implemented in six districts of the district.
According to Sergei Levkin, 56 houses to be resettled will or have already been dismantled, and houses and the necessary social infrastructure will be built on the vacated territories.
The renovation program at the CJSC included 559 morally and technically obsolete houses, in which almost 105 thousand Muscovites live. 54 launch sites have already been selected for construction, and the selection of new sites continues.
Sergei Levkin stressed that a quarter of the total number of people moving to the west of Moscow will begin to move before 2024. He recalled that the terms of resettlement of the houses included in the renovation program were approved. by order Mayor of Moscow.
“At the first stage of the renovation program, the company plans to start resettlement of 25,500 residents of 132 houses,” the head of the department said.
Formerly Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Development Policy and Construction Andrey Bochkarevreported that in the first six months of this year, under the renovation program, 36 houses with a total area of 0.6 million square meters were commissioned. During this time, the resettlement of more than nine thousand people from 67 houses began.
The renovation program was approved in 2017, it provides for the resettlement of 5175 houses. By the end of September they plan to transfer for settlement 22 new residential buildingslocated in 14 districts of eight Moscow districts.
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