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February 9, 2022, 11:51


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Since the beginning of the program, 47.6 thousand Muscovites have received new housing.

In January, new apartments renovation program received more than 800 families, said the head of the capital Department of urban planning policy Sergei Levkin.

“In the first month of 2022, 861 families moved to new housing under the renovation program. The city plans to start resettlement of another 37,000 Muscovites this year,” the head of the department noted.

The Northern Administrative District of the capital turned out to be the leader in terms of the number of relocations to new apartments – 164 families received housing here. They are followed by ZAO – 153 families, VAO – 138 families and SEAD – 133 families.

The city provides support to new settlers when they move. “Participants of the renovation program are provided with the help of movers and transport. In January, 684 out of 861 families used this service. She’s available online. To receive this service, you need to leave an application and set a convenient date for moving,” Sergey Levkin emphasized.

Currently, more than 360 houses are being built or designed under the program. 184 houses have been erected in different districts of the capital, 151 of them have already been handed over for settlement.

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The renovation program was approved in 2017. Thanks to it, about one million Muscovites will be able to improve their living conditions. 534 launch pads have been selected for its implementation. Citizens are provided with apartments with improved finishes, and schools, kindergartens, clinics, sports centers and other social infrastructure facilities are being built in the districts.

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