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February 14, 2022, 09:04


In total, 968 people live in old houses.

Most of the residents of four five-story buildings on Geroev-Panfilovtsev Street have chosen apartments for relocation under the renovation program. From house 47 (buildings 1 and 2), as well as house 49 (buildings 1 and 2), they will move to a new building on Vilis Latsis Street (building 38, buildings 1 and 2). The resettlement began on December 24th.

“968 people from 356 families live in four Khrushchev houses on Geroev-Panfilovtsev Street. For their resettlement, a modern comfortable house was erected on Vilis Latsis Street under the renovation program. Equivalent apartments in this new building were offered by the Department of City Property to residents of five-story buildings at the end of December 2021. During this time, 869 Muscovites have chosen new housing for moving. The rest of the citizens continue to inspect the proposed apartments. They can inform the specialists of the information center for resettlement, which is located on the first floor of the new building, about their decision,” said the Minister of the Moscow Government, Head of the Moscow

City Property Department Maxim Gaman.

The house on Vilis Latsis Street was built in 2021. Its first floor is non-residential and is provided for the placement of infrastructure facilities, points of personal services and other services. The yard of the new building was put in order: children’s and sports grounds, a recreation area were equipped, the territory was landscaped. Nearby there are kindergartens, schools, a clinic.

“The new building on Vilis Latsis Street, which is being occupied under the renovation program, is the third in a row on the territory of Northern Tushin. Earlier, the settlement of residential buildings on the streets of Turistskaya (house 14) and Svoboda (house 67a) began, ”added the head Department of urban planning policy Sergei Levkin.

In total, according to the renovation program, 60 houses are planned to be resettled in this area. 18.9 thousand people from seven thousand families live in them.

The electronic superservice on helps Muscovites move, makes it possible to visit resettlement information centers less often and receive services online. If the user has a full account on the portal and has already chosen an apartment, he will receive a notification that the draft contract is ready. Sign up for signing documents you can online and submit all necessary information remotely.

The renovation program was approved in August 2017. For its implementation, 534 launch pads were selected. It provides for the resettlement of 5175 houses.

More information about the economic policy and property and land relations of Moscow can be found on the site.

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