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February 15, 2022, 13:18


Photo by V. Novikov. Press Service of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow

In total, it is planned to resettle 520 houses in the district, in which 117.2 thousand people live.

As part of the implementation renovation programs five thousand residents of the Southwestern administrative district of the capital have already moved into new apartments. This was announced by the head of the capital Department of urban planning policy Sergei Levkin.

“Currently, the resettlement of 6.5 thousand residents is underway or completed in the district, this is 2607 families,” he added.

Now in the south-west of Moscow, residents of 38 houses in nine districts are moving to new buildings: South Butovo, Akademichesky, Konkovo, Obruchevsky, Zyuzin, Novye Cheryomushki, North Butovo, Kotlovka and Yasenev.

In total, 520 houses are included in the renovation program in the district, the total area of ​​​​apartments is 1907.9 thousand square meters. 117.2 thousand Muscovites live in them. For wave resettlement, 51 launch sites have been selected, where it is planned to build 691.4 thousand square meters of housing.

Two houses were built under the renovation program in the South-Western Administrative District Next year, a house for 252 apartments will be built in Cheryomushki under the renovation program

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 for new settlers during the move, including the assistance of movers and transport. Check out the service you can online.

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