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November 22, 2021, 16:05

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This year, residents of 42 houses have moved to new apartments.

Since launch renovation programs 131 old buildings are settled in the capital. More than 44 thousand Muscovites received new apartments.

“During the implementation of the renovation program, 131 houses have been completely resettled, 42 of them in 2021”, – head

Department of urban planning policy of the city of Moscow Sergey Levkin.

It is planned that during 2021 the resettlement will begin 36 thousand Muscovites. Already about 22 thousand people have become owners of new housing this year.

Sergey Levkin added that in the near future the townspeople will begin to move to new buildings on Smolnaya Street in the Northern Administrative District, Lyublinskaya and Mikhailova Streets in the South-Eastern Administrative District, Malaya Yushunskaya and Kakhovka in the South-Western Administrative District, on Shchelkovskoye Highway and 15th Parkovaya Street in the Eastern Administrative District.

The renovation program was approved in 2017. About one million Muscovites will be able to improve their living conditions.

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