MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
15 November 2021, 15:22
Housing in new buildings has already been offered to 2875 citizens.
In the southeast of the capital, in 2021, under the renovation program, 1.3 thousand apartments were transferred for settlement. Housing in new buildings has already been offered to 2,875 citizens – that’s 1,087 families. This was told by the Minister of the Moscow Government, the head City Property Department Maxim Gaman.
“Since the beginning of 2021, employees of the City Property Department have checked the quality of construction work and handed over 1,300 apartments in nine buildings in the southeast of the capital for settlement under the renovation program. Six of them are located in the Lyublino district and three in Kuzminki. 2,156 people from 819 families have already moved or are moving into these houses, another 719 people from 268 families continue to inspect the proposed premises, they will be able to report their decision to the resettlement information centers located on the ground floors of new buildings, ”the head of the department said.
All apartments are completely ready to move in – they are finished according to the standards approved by the Moscow Government, equipped with plumbing fixtures, electric stoves. The adjacent territories are landscaped, children’s and sports grounds are equipped here.
As the head told Department of Urban Development Policy Sergey Levkin, In total in SEAD since the beginning of the renovation program, 16 new buildings have been provided for resettlement, into which 4743 people have moved or are moving (this is 1817 families). Four houses are already fully occupied.
“The renovation program in the south-east of Moscow includes 818 houses, which are home to 164 thousand people from 60 thousand families. At the moment, another 46 houses with an area of 824 thousand square meters are being built and designed, ”added Sergei Levkin.
The renovation program was approved in 2017, it included 5176 houses. About one million Muscovites will be able to improve their living conditions.
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