MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
September 9, 2021, 12:37
Housing will receive five thousand residents.
At the first stage of the renovation program (until the end of 2024) in the Perovo district, it is planned to relocate residents of 29 old houses. This was announced by the head of the capital Department of Urban Development Policy Sergey Levkin.
“Today, in the Perovo district, residents are being relocated from seven houses to three new buildings at the addresses: Zeleny Prospekt, 27a, 2nd Vladimirskaya Street, 30 and Plekhanov Street, 18. houses “, – added the head of the department.
On the territory of Perov, 196 houses are subject to resettlement and demolition, in which 42.5 thousand residents live. Five buildings will be preserved and reconstructed, they are located at the following addresses: 1st Vladimirskaya street, house 24, building 1, Zeleny prospect, house 2, building 1, 3rd Vladimirskaya street, building 10, Novogireevskaya street, house 24, building 3 and 4.
For wave resettlement, 15 launch sites were selected. Three houses built on them are already being settled, one has been put into operation and will be transferred for occupancy at the end of the year, construction and installation work is underway on four, and seven more are being designed or are at the stage of preparing urban planning documentation.
In total, 1,062 houses are to be resettled in the east of the capital under the renovation program, the total area of apartments is 3.4 million square meters. Over 200 thousand Muscovites live in them. “At present, 21 houses with an area of almost 400 thousand square meters are being built on the territory of the district, 19 have been commissioned, for another 35 objects, design documentation is being developed,” concluded Sergei Levkin.
Renovation program: in eight districts of the Eastern Administrative District, 15 new buildings were handed over for settlementThe first house under the renovation program on the site of the former Cherkizovsky market will begin to be populated in 2022
The renovation program was approved in 2017. It involves the resettlement of 5175 houses, which are home to about one million Muscovites. For its implementation, 513 launch sites were selected. The program participants are provided with apartments with improved finishing, and social facilities are being built in the districts, including kindergartens, schools, cultural centers, sports complexes and others.
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