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On Sakhalin, the list of emergency housing has tripled
Almost 755 thousand square meters. meters of housing of the Sakhalin region recognized as emergency and dilapidated, of this volume, one-third is planned to be settled until September 2017 of the year, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the region Elena Ivashova said at a roundtable meeting in Obldume devoted to the development of mass housing construction.
According to her, as of January 1, 2012, municipalities announced 254 thousand square meters. m of emergency housing in their territories, which came under the influence of last May's presidential decree on the resettlement of all residents of the country's emergency housing stock until September 2017. But during the last year, during the refinement, the list of emergency and dilapidated housing as of January 1, 2014 has tripled and is still being refined. It turns out that in addition to the "presidential" program, it is necessary to build another 2020 thousand square meters by 500. m for such immigrants.
For these purposes, the region will need up to approximately 9 billion rubles a year from budgets of all levels.
In 2013, more than 290 thousand square meters were built in the region. meters of housing for the current year tasked to build at least 300 thousand square meters. m housing. At the same time, according to the deputy chairman, there are problems with the financing of construction projects. Last year, mass housing construction was carried out on the so-called deferred financing. Construction companies for loan funds taken from banks, build housing. Then the region redeems it at the expense of the regional budget. They again need to take loans from banks to the regional government guarantees for new construction projects, which, because of interest rates, increases construction costs and sometimes puts the company in a difficult financial situation. Some companies failed to cope with this last year. Therefore, the regional government decided to discontinue the practice of deferred housing construction from 2015.