MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
February 11, 2022, 11:45
84 families have already celebrated their housewarming, two more are preparing the necessary documents.
As part of the renovation program, the resettlement of a five-story building on Narvskaya Street is being completed. This was announced by the head of the capital Department of urban planning policy Sergei Levkin.
“Residents of the house at the address: Narvskaya street, building 5 were offered viewing orders for apartments in a neighboring new building (building 5a). Now 98 percent of families (84 out of 86) have moved into new apartments. The remaining residents draw up the necessary documentation for the move. In general, three five-story buildings have been settled in the Northern District and seven more houses have been dismantled,” the head of the department said.
After full resettlement, the building will be dismantled, and in its place the construction of a high-rise building for participants in the renovation program will begin. The project documentation of the new building is already ready.
In total, 33 residential buildings are subject to resettlement and demolition in the district, the total area of apartments is 92.7 thousand square meters. 5.9 thousand Muscovites live in them.
“According to the renovation program in the Voikovsky district, at the first stage (2020-2024) it is planned to begin the resettlement of three houses, at the second stage (2025-2028) – 13 houses and at the third stage (2029-2032) – 17 houses. Two launch sites have been selected for the resettlement of program participants, and work on their search continues,” Sergey Levkin emphasized.
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. The city provides support to new settlers during the move, including the assistance of movers and transport. You can make a service online.
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