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The head of the Ministry of Construction urged the regional authorities to contribute to the implementation of the law on the licensing of management companies

The head of the Ministry of Construction and Housing and Communal Services of the Russian Federation, Mikhail Men, noted the importance of implementing the law on the licensing of management companies, which is designed to bring order to this area. According to the press service of the administration of the Khabarovsk Territory, he said this at a meeting with the governor Vyacheslav Shport.

“Starting from May next year, companies that have not been licensed will not be able to maintain their housing stock. The decision will be made on the basis of the opinion of the residents with the participation of the housing inspectorate, which are endowed with new functions. The heads of licensed management companies will be trained. It is very important that the regions get actively involved in this work, ”Mikhail Men stressed.

In addition, the head of the Ministry of Construction indicated that the Khabarovsk Territory has gained a good pace of housing construction for victims of the flood. “We have reason to say that all construction projects will be completed on time. A lot of work has been done, ”said Mikhail Men.

The governor of the region thanked the minister for the assistance provided in the construction of housing for the victims of the flood. “In a timely manner, our region received the necessary funds for the construction of houses, this allowed us to start work and ensure commissioning on time. The resettlement of citizens from hazardous housing is also underway, preparation for licensing of management companies is organized. These are priority areas for us, ”said Vyacheslav Shport.

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