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Amur region will receive 572,1 million rubles for the resettlement of dilapidated housing

Amur region will receive 572,1 million rubles for the resettlement of dilapidated housing
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The Board of the Fund for Assistance to Reforming Housing and Public Utilities approved the application of the Amur Region for the provision of financing for the implementation of the third phase of the federal project “Ensuring Sustainable Reduction of Unfit Housing”. The region will receive 572,1 million rubles for the resettlement of residents of emergency houses.

The money will be used to provide new housing for people whose houses were declared damaged until January 1, 2017. Relocation can begin in the region this year. The regional budget will provide 48,5 million rubles for these purposes. According to EastRussia, the Ministry of Housing and Public Utilities of the Amur Region, the region completed the resettlement of the previous two stages of the program ahead of schedule, therefore, it starts the next stage a year ahead of schedule. 

The total amount of funding will allow us to provide relocation of more than 500 people from the emergency housing stock - that's ten thousand square meters. meters in the territory of six municipalities of the region. New housing, equivalent in size to the previously occupied, will be provided in Blagoveshchensk, Svobodny, Skovorodino, as well as Mazanovsky, Skovorodinsky and Shimanovsky districts. Emergency apartments will be bought from the owners.

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