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Inspectors will track the long-term construction in Primorye

Inspectors will track the long-term construction in Primorye
Photo: primorsky.ru

In Primorye, inspectors will monitor the work of contractors in long-term construction projects. Specialists will track the volume of work performed.

The initiative will concern problem houses in Artem, where two long-term buildings are located at once on 2-th Rudnichnaya Street. Now they are laying networks and landscaping. They plan to hand over the objects in November of this year.

According to the press service of the coastal administration, the construction of the long-term village of Surazhevka is also being completed. There are problem objects in Vladivostok. There, in February or March of 2020, they intend to put into operation one of the houses of the Snowfall residential complex.

Now the Support Fund for Deceived Investors is working with 29 problem homes, commissioning of which is expected by more than three thousand people. By the end of the year in Primorye will be handed over to six problem homes. In June, the authorities of Primorye appealed to Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev with a request include the region in the co-financing plan from the federal budget to solve the problems of deceived equity holders. If the appeal is approved this year, several unfinished objects in the region will be able to be completed in 2020-2021.