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January 21, 2022, 11:14


The renovation program includes 67 five-story buildings in the area. Their residents will receive equivalent apartments in new houses.

In the Ochakovo-Matveevskoye area, the second new building is being prepared for settlement renovation program. Apartments in the building on Aminevsky Highway will begin to be handed over to residents in the second quarter of 2022, the head of the Department of Urban Planning Policy of Moscow Sergei Levkin.

“The actual start of the renovation program in the Ochakovo-Matveevskoye area falls on December 2018, when the house on Matveevskaya Street (building 11) began to be settled. In the second quarter of this year, it is planned to transfer for settlement the second new building on the Aminevsky highway (building 4d, building 1). Equivalent apartments will be able to get about a thousand people,” he said.

According to Sergey Levkin, the residents of the five-story building 4 in 1st Ochakovsky Lane are now being resettled. Two resettled houses on Natasha Kovshova Street (houses 1 and 3) have already been demolished. “By the end of 2024, 3.8 thousand people are to be resettled in the district, and in subsequent years, by the end of the program implementation period, another 13 thousand people will be resettled,” the head of the Department added.

In general, in the Ochakovo-Matveevskoye district, the renovation program included 67 old houses that are to be resettled and demolished. Today, seven launch sites have been selected for the construction of new housing.

The renovation program was approved in Moscow in August 2017. About a million Muscovites will receive new apartments through it, 534 launch sites have been selected. Already built since the beginning of the program about 200 residential buildings. Most housing is built and designed in the Eastern, Northern and South-Eastern districts.

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