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On Sakhalin in 2014 year will introduce 49,3 thousand square meters of housing with the assistance of the Fund for Assistance to the Reform of Housing and Communal Services

In Sakhalin, in 2014, with the help of the Housing and Utilities Reform Facilitation Fund, it is planned to introduce 49,3 thousand square meters of new housing for resettling 3,5 thousand people from dilapidated and emergency housing stock. This is reported by the press service of the government of the Sakhalin region with reference to the deputy chairman of the regional government, Elena Ivashova.

Together with the General Director of the Fund Konstantin Tsitsin, they visited a residential development site on Dolinskaya Street in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, where more than 140 apartments with a total area of ​​about 7 thousand square meters were built. "By presidential decree, we must completely relocate people from dilapidated and dilapidated housing by September 2017. However, the Governor of the region set a deadline for us - until January 1, 2017. I think we will cope with this task ", - said Elena Ivashova.

According to Konstantin Tsitsin, according to the results of the monthly monitoring of the Housing and Utilities Reform Fund, Sakhalin is among the leaders in resettlement from dilapidated and dilapidated housing. Only Tatarstan and the Kamchatka Territory are ahead. "There is no doubt that the Sakhalin Oblast will fulfill the planned indicators of the program for 2014 and even exceed it. We also have confidence that the task you set for the early implementation of the program in 2016 - this is a year ahead of the deadlines provided for by the Presidential Decree, will be implemented, "he said at the meeting. with the governor of the Sakhalin region Alexander Khoroshavin.

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