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48 new apartment buildings will be built in the Amur region instead of 168 emergency

To build 48 new apartment buildings to replace 168 emergency ones, ready for demolition, is a task facing the regional and municipal authorities, and is one and a half times larger in scale than the resettlement programs previously implemented since 2009. The day before, this issue was raised for discussion at a working government meeting, chaired by Governor Oleg Kozhemyako.

The regional address resettlement program was approved a year ago. At the end of 2014, its first stage is completed: it is planned to pass over 61,4 thousand square meters. M of housing. For these purposes, more than 2 billion rubles will be spent. The participants of the first phase of the resettlement program began 14 regional municipalities: Blagoveshchensk, Belogorsk, Casual, Raichihinsk, Szymanowski Skovorodino, argali, Novobureiskii, Talakan, Progress Village Bureya and Novopetrovsky Village Council Konstantinovsky District, Oktyabrsky and Skovorodino areas. All municipalities received a building permit and started construction work.

The work carried out by the Ministry of Housing and Communal Services of the region is monitored weekly - every week municipalities provide operational reporting.

The head of the region and members of the regional government were presented with a report on the degree of readiness of objects for each municipality.

On April 24, at the conference call, the targets for the next, second stage resettlement program were approved. The total financing of the stage will exceed 3 billion rubles. The number of citizens applying for resettlement will increase - up to almost 4 thousand people - the press service of the Amur Region administration reports.

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