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It was proposed to create buffer zones for Far Eastern hectares

It was proposed to create buffer zones for Far Eastern hectares
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The buffer zones that now exist around cities want to open to the Far Eastern hectares. The agency for the development of human capital suggests that on these plots of land people will build their own homes using preferential mortgages.

According to the director general of the agency Sergey Khovrat, with due attention to regional nuances, the opening of buffer zones will give an additional impetus to the development of the program. More than half of the hectares take land for individual construction, and the opening of the suburbs will satisfy their demand.

For many, 10-15 acres are enough for many. Now the issue of the possibility of preliminary formation of sites and proposals to their citizens is being studied. In total, 77,6 thousand people received free hectares during the program. Of these, 12,1 thousand filed applications last year.

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