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February 10, 2022, 13:24


The electronic superservice on the portal helps Muscovites with their resettlement.

84 percent of residents of three five-story buildings in Kuzminki have chosen apartments for relocation under the renovation program. Residents of houses on Yunykh Lenintsev Street (building 97, building 4 and building 101, building 3) and on Volgogradsky Prospekt (building 163) will move to new buildings built at the following addresses: Yunykh Lenintsev Street, houses 73 and 99/1 and Volgogradsky Prospekt, house 161a. This was told by the Minister of the Government of Moscow, the head of the capital City Property Department Maxim Gaman.

“In three old five-story buildings, 605 people from 242 families live. For their resettlement in the neighborhood, comfortable new buildings were erected as part of the renovation program. Equivalent apartments in them were offered by the Department of City Property to Muscovites on the eve of the New Year, and during this time, 203 families have decided on their future housing and are starting to move,” Maxim Gaman said.

Residents of five-story buildings receive modern apartments with high-quality finishes, equipped with electric stoves and plumbing. On the first floors of the houses, social facilities are provided: cafes, shops, children’s clubs. Landscaping and landscaping have been carried out in the yards, children’s and sports grounds have been installed. Near the new buildings there are kindergartens, schools, parks and squares, and a 15-minute walk from the Kuzminki metro station.

Updated Super Service: Renovation Program Participants Can Now Submit Documents Online Superservice on the portal will help participants of the renovation program to buy additional square meters

The electronic super service on the portal helps Muscovites relocate under the renovation program. It allows you to visit resettlement information centers less often and receive online services. The service has recently been updated with new features. For example, Muscovites who have a full account on the portal and have already chosen an apartment for resettlement will receive a notification that the draft agreement is ready. Through the service “Record for the conclusion of the contract” they will be able to sign up for the signing of the document. A new service is also available uploading documentsnecessary for the execution of contracts for relocation.

In the south-east of Moscow, the renovation program includes 818 houses, in which more than 160,000 people live. “69 launch sites have been selected for the wave resettlement of residents of the SEAD, of which 21 territories are located on the site of demolished houses. The city has already erected 27 new buildings, 23 more are under construction and 41 are being designed,” said the head of the Department of Urban Development Policy of the city of Moscow Sergei Levkin.

The renovation program was approved in August 2017. For its implementation, 534 launch pads were selected. Thanks to it, about one million Muscovites will be able to improve their living conditions.

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