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6 October 2021, 14:33

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In total, 154 houses have been commissioned since the start of the program, including 62 since the beginning of this year.

In September, nine new buildings were commissioned in Moscow under the renovation program. The permission to enter was issued by Mosgosstroynadzor. “The construction of nine houses has been completed. There are 2,134 apartments in them, intended for the relocation of participants in the renovation program. The total living area of ​​new buildings was 119 thousand square meters, “- said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Development Policy and Construction Andrey Bochkarev.

According to him, a total of 154 houses have been commissioned since the start of the program, including 62 since the beginning of the year.

Moscow pays special attention to the quality of work on residential buildings under the renovation program. As the chairman noted Mosgosstroynadzor Igor Voistratenko, new houses are checked at all stages of construction – from the development of the pit to the decoration of the premises.

Since the beginning of the year, 447 inspections have been carried out at the renovation sites. 343 times, specialists from the Center for Expertise of Research and Testing in Construction (CEIIS) were involved in them, who performed the necessary complex of laboratory and instrumental studies.

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For the implementation of the renovation program, the city also uses former industrial territories. So, during reorganization of Zyuzino Prozmon it is planned to build almost 140 thousand square meters of housing.

The renovation program was approved in 2017. It includes 5176 houses in which about a million Muscovites live.

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