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Free hectares with an area from Samara issued in the Far Eastern Federal District
In 2019, more than 11,5 thousand people received the Far Eastern Hectare, the total area of land provided for the year was 7,1 thousand hectares. In total, 76,6 thousand people received land during the program, and the total area of land provided exceeded 53,7 thousand hectares - this is comparable to the area of Novosibirsk or Samara.
The most popular sites were in Primorye, where about 21 thousand people received land, in Yakutia (13,6 thousand people) and in the Khabarovsk Territory (11,9 thousand people). Since August 1, the program has expanded to Buryatia and Transbaikalia. According to mid-December 2019, one thousand people received “Far Eastern hectares” in Buryatia, and 1,6 thousand people in Transbaikalia. In all regions, land is predominantly registered by residents of the Far Eastern Federal District (85%).
According to the press service of the Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East, most often land plots are issued for the construction of personal housing (54%) and for agriculture (23%). Allotment owners receive grants, subsidies, and preferential financing. Over the entire implementation of the program, more than 2,2 thousand people received such support in the amount of 762 million rubles.
The agglomeration of “Far Eastern hectares” also receives support. The allocation of 319 million rubles from the federal budget for the Khabarovsk Territory and 82,1 million rubles for Yakutia has already been approved. Funding will go towards creating the infrastructure of the first agglomerations.