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Caught in the distribution: the land of Buryatia and Transbaikalia became available to residents of the Far Eastern Federal District

In the new regions of the Far East, they began to provide "Far Eastern hectares" to all residents of the macroregion

From February 1, any resident of the Far East can draw up a “Far Eastern hectare” in the territory of Transbaikalia and Buryatia. In six months, all Russians will have such an opportunity. Residents of the Amur Region, Khabarovsk Territory and Yakutia, who have already applied for land in new regions of the Far Eastern Federal District, were quicker than others.

Caught in the distribution: the land of Buryatia and Transbaikalia became available to residents of the Far Eastern Federal District

Beyond home and business

In Transbaikalia, in total, they plan to distribute about 21 million hectares of land. Local residents were the first to design Far Eastern plots. Most of the land owners plan to develop a business on them, build a house and engage in agriculture. More than three thousand land contracts have already been sent to the applicants. The registration process takes from four months to three years.

Most of all, plots in demand in the immediate vicinity of the regional center are in demand - the administration of the Chita district has already received 3 applications. People are captivated by the opportunity to quickly conduct communications to their allotments, in other areas this is difficult. The leader in applications is the area of ​​the village of Smolenki, where about 300 hectares will be distributed under the program. Previously, they were closed because the land belongs to the forest fund, now 437% of the applicants want to build houses there, another 52% plan to equip their private farms.

“We tried to open as much land as possible so that there would be a choice for those involved in the household, for housing construction. One of the most important tasks of the program is the expansion and strengthening of settlements, therefore, around the village of Smolenki, we have provided a large amount of land for selection. If the need arises, we will jointly with the federation organize infrastructure support. This is the creation of a common network of roads, communal infrastructure, ”said the Governor of the Trans-Baikal Territory Alexander Osipov.

Another 30 districts are ready to provide land, however, there are territories in the region on which it is impossible to register a plot. These include specially protected natural areas, protective forests, water bodies with coastal coastal stripes, lands that already have a copyright holder, lands of indigenous peoples, lands of the Ministry of Defense, the territory of the city of Chita within the boundaries of a settlement, as well as territories located on them cultural heritage sites, places of traditional worship, archaeological sites.

Most lands of the “not allowed” category are located in the northern regions of Transbaikalia, where indigenous small peoples live. The area of ​​such sites exceeds four million hectares. However, recently, Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, Yuri Trutnev, said that it was necessary to reduce the “buffer” zones around the cities and give land to them under the “Far Eastern hectare” so that more people could build houses closer to the infrastructure, because there could be more land available .

However, now there is enough land for everyone. So, the family of Vladimir and Elizabeth Marinyak from Chita designed a plot for building a house. Before the advent of the program, they searched for a lot for a long time, but the prices were too high. When the “Far Eastern Hectare” appeared, Vladimir Marinyak designed it one of the first. Next year, the family will begin the long-awaited construction site.

As the head of the family said, the site is 20 km from Chita, there is a road nearby, and nearby is a communal infrastructure. According to Vladimir, his hectare is on a hill, so floods are not afraid of him, despite the nearby river flowing.



In Buryatia, over 1 people received free hectares during the implementation of the program.

The Government of the Republic notes that over 40% of applicants designed land for housing, 21% for tourism projects, 15% for agriculture, 12% for gardening, 9% for business projects.

According to local authorities, citizens prefer land plots closer to Lake Baikal - in the Kabansky district. Also popular are Ivolginsky, Selenginsky, Pribaikalsky and Kyakhtinsky areas.

However, not all lands closer to Lake Baikal can be taken under the “Far Eastern” hectare. The ban on this applies to Severobaykalsk, in Ulan-Ude and within a radius of 20 km from it. The Central Ecological Zone, which includes Baikal, together with the islands, the water protection zone adjacent to the lake, plus specially protected natural areas - nature reserves, national parks and nature reserves, is also prohibited. Sacred places, lands formed to provide large families, economic favor zones and medical and recreational areas were also included in the “no” zone in Buryatia.

A resident of Buryatia, Vlad Alexandrov, together with his family and like-minded people, took the land near the village of Treskovo in the Kabansky district for the implementation of a comprehensive project to equip roadside services and plan to build a mini-hotel, cafe, bathhouse, automotive technical center, as well as install advertising structures. The entrepreneur told the Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East and the Arctic about his plans.

“The program gave us a unique opportunity - we took land right near the Baikal federal highway. For free, without bureaucracy and without unnecessary interactions with officials, we ourselves chose the site of interest and submitted applications. Everything is remote. Now we have the opportunity to open a new business without unnecessary costs and buildup. Previously, it would take several months at best to acquire the land, but here we were able to take a luxurious plot on the “first line” in just a month, ”said Vlad Alexandrov.

The place was chosen because of the nearby infrastructure - there is a power line and water supply, and nearby is Holy Trinity Selenginsky monastery of the XNUMXth century. Now "hectares" can become a point of attraction for tourists.



Over the first six months of the implementation of the Far Eastern Hectare program, more than 3,3 thousand people received land in the new regions of the Far Eastern Federal District. Moreover, the rate at which the plots are provided exceeds the average for the Far East: on average over the past three months in Buryatia, “hectare” received 280 people every month, and in Transbaikalia - 450 people.

To develop land plots, their recipients can use agricultural grants, subsidies, soft loans, grants to support small and medium enterprises. The list of available measures totals about 40 in Buryatia and about 20 in Transbaikalia.

Now the "Far Eastern hectare" may become even more popular due to preferential mortgages at 2%. Owners of free plots can get it for building a house.


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