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250 million rubles will be needed to complete a house for equity holders in Irkutsk

250 million rubles will be needed to complete a house for equity holders in Irkutsk
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The house on 3 Sergeeva Street in Irkutsk will be completed by the Fund for the Protection of the Rights of Interest Holders. 250 million rubles will be required to complete the work.

According to the project, the house consists of four ten-story block sections. Two of them are in a high degree of readiness, the third is partially erected, they did not even start the construction of the fourth. According to the press service of the Government of the Irkutsk Region, according to estimates by Dom.RF specialists, 50 million rubles are needed to complete the first two block sections, another 200 million is needed to complete the third block section.

The governor Igor Kobzev instructed to solve the bankruptcy issue of the builder by June 1. Until September 1, the region should receive federal co-financing, and in the fall begin building completion of the house.

The developer has concluded 140 contracts with equity holders. Construction began in 2006, but in 2011 work was stopped.

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