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Deputy Prime Minister Victoria Abramchenko, curator of the Siberian Federal District, held a meeting on the development of the urban environment in the regions of the Siberian Federal District. The meeting was attended by the Minister of Construction and Housing and Public Utilities Irek Fayzullin, representatives of JSC “DOM.RF”, PPC “Territory Development Fund”, the state corporation – Fund for Assistance to Housing and Utilities Reform.

During the meeting, the plans of the industry in the implementation of the strategy for the development of Siberia, as well as the results of the work of the construction complex in the district and the modernization of the housing and communal services system were discussed.

According to the Deputy Prime Minister, the implementation of large-scale plans for the socio-economic development of the Siberian Federal District will be accompanied by the launch of new projects for the construction of housing and the modernization of housing and communal services. “As part of the preparation of the strategy for the development of Siberia, more than 50 large investment projects in ten regions of the Siberian Federal District were preliminarily selected, which will launch new investment cycles and create jobs. The program to improve the quality of life in Siberia, the implementation of the cluster approach in the development of the district with the corresponding new industrial, agricultural, scientific centers, should be accompanied by an improvement in living conditions, meeting the need for new square meters and launching large-scale projects to improve and improve the urban environment,” Victoria said. Abramchenko. She noted that the selected projects will create conditions for attracting new residents of the district, therefore one of the most important tasks of the construction complex in the Siberian Federal District is to launch new projects to improve the living conditions of citizens, to fully provide the projects with the necessary infrastructure.

The Deputy Prime Minister instructed to focus the efforts of the federal center and regional authorities primarily on those territories where investment projects will be implemented. Victoria Abramchenko instructed the Ministry of Construction, together with the Ministry of Economic Development, to work out support for the launch of investment projects by the end of February, the construction of new square meters of housing and the implementation of improvement programs.

In addition, it is necessary to analyze the need for projects to launch housing for citizens, who, among other things, will work on a rotational basis during the construction of new industries. Victoria Abramchenko also urged to pay special attention to the situation with housing in the Omsk region, where there is an urgent need for its construction.

In total, in 2021, more than 8 million sq. m of housing. Most of all commissioned in the Novosibirsk region – more than 2 million square meters. m, Krasnoyarsk Territory – more than 1.34 million square meters. m, the Irkutsk region – 1.2 million square meters. m, Altai Territory – almost 1 million square meters. m, as well as in the Kemerovo region – Kuzbass – 0.83 million square meters. m of housing.

The head of the Ministry of Construction of Russia, Irek Fayzullin, reported on the current situation in the construction complex and housing and communal services and the development opportunities for the regions included in the Siberian Federal District. “Last year, more than 8 million sq. m of housing, compared with last year, the figure is higher by 8%. Agreements have been signed with all regions of the Siberian Federal District on the implementation of 42 projects on infrastructure budget loans, now the regions are starting to implement them, housing and communal facilities, social and supporting infrastructure will be built and modernized,” said Irek Fayzullin.

An important condition for the development of cities is the formation of a comfortable urban environment. So, in 2021, 1,634 facilities were landscaped on the territory of the constituent entities of the Siberian Federal District. In 2022, it is planned to improve 1,425 facilities, more than 5 billion rubles have already been allocated for these purposes. To implement the CRT mechanism, the constituent entities of the Siberian Federal District have adopted all the necessary regulatory legal acts.

The resettlement of dilapidated housing on the territory of the Siberian Federal District in 2021 shows a steady growth – about 29 thousand citizens, or 142% of the plan, were resettled. The federal project “Clean Water” is also being implemented on the territory of all regions of the Siberian Federal District, in 2021 it was implemented almost 100%. In 2022, it is planned to build and reconstruct 46 water supply facilities.

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