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Overhaul fees increased in Russia

Overhaul fees increased in Russia
Overhaul contributions in Russia grew by 6-10% in 2019. True, according to experts, they remain significantly lower than economically justified, which leads to a low quality of work and a dilapidated housing stock. 

How to write "News", referring to data from the Housing and Utilities Reform Fund last year, the average minimum contribution for utilities grew by 10,4% to 8,49 rubles. Moreover, in 54 regions there was another increase after January 1, 2020. 

The Association of Overhaul Operators says that initially the subjects set low fees to introduce people to the system itself. She has already stabilized. Over the past three years, the number of renovated houses has grown by 30%, and with them contributions. 

However, the Audit Chamber of the Russian Federation says that the amount of contributions, despite the increase, remains two times lower than economically justified. As a result, the overhaul tasks in the regions are not fulfilled. The volume of houses with depreciation of 66-70% is not reduced, but increased. 

According to State Duma deputy Dmitry Ionov, in the Far East, contributions are lower than in central Russia, although repairs are more expensive there, given the climate and remoteness. So, in the Khabarovsk Territory, the minimum tariff is 1,62 rubles per square meter. m., and in Moscow - 18,86 rubles. 

But the head of the Duma Committee on Housing Policy and Housing and Public Utilities Galina Khovanskaya believes that there is more than enough money, and in some regions more is collected than used. The problem is observed in the Amur Region, Trans-Baikal Territory, Karelia. The reason is organizational flaws. According to the expert, the subjects poorly compose programs. 
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