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Work plans with the Housing and Utilities Reform Fund
The general director of the state corporation, the Foundation for Assistance to the Housing and Public Utilities Reform, Konstantin Tsitsin arrived on a working visit to the Jewish Autonomous Region, the press service of the regional administration said.
Konstantin Tsitsin held a meeting in the village of Priamursky, which was attended by Governor Alexander Vinnikov, First Deputy Prime Minister Viktor Gozhy, Head of Smidovichsky District Alexander Tlustenko, representatives of the Housing and Communal Services Department of the regional government, regional operator for the overhaul of common property of apartment buildings, the All-Russian Popular Front Association HOA EAO.
As Alexander Vinnikov said, the Jewish Autonomous Region began to cooperate with one of the first in the Far East with the federal Fund, this work continues quite constructively. Now we are talking about the Fund’s plans for the coming years and directions for the resettlement of citizens that need to be strengthened.
Konstantin Tsitsin noted that the Fund’s management does not have any particular complaints about the work in the subject, all problematic issues are eliminated in working mode. But there are some concerns about the resettlement programs related to the diversion of energy to the construction of housing facilities for people affected by last year’s floods. This year, about 4,75 thousand kW of housing meters have already been commissioned under the program of resettlement of citizens from a dilapidated, emergency fund. By the end of the year, this figure should be about 10,675 thousand kV meters. According to Konstantin Tsitsin, it is necessary to make every effort to perform a significant amount of work. It is hoped that builders who have rented housing for people affected by the floods will switch to program facilities.
The head of the Fund emphasized that the Russian Federation is strengthening control over the implementation of programs for the resettlement of citizens from dilapidated housing, which is associated with a change in the regulatory framework, in accordance with which the Fund for Assistance to the Reform of Housing and Communal Services is obliged to report to the President and the Government of the Russian Federation twice a year. As Konstantin Tsitsin said, according to the applications filed in 2013, the region "falls into the necessary indicators."
To a greater extent, the meeting discussed prospects for cooperation. The Foundation intends to continue the implementation of housing construction programs for citizens living in the emergency fund on the territory of the region. According to the plans of the next year, the work must begin now, the head of the Foundation believes. Addressing representatives of the All-Russian Popular Front, he noted the role of a public organization in monitoring the quality of housing being built, while noting that low-rise construction is developing rapidly in the Jewish Autonomous Region. At the federal level, it was decided to include representatives of the public organization in the commission for housing acceptance, along with construction supervision and expertise, architectural supervision, operating agencies and authorities. Only after the objects are accepted by such a representative commission will the head of the municipality be entitled to sign the certificate of completion. According to Konstantin Tsitsin, strengthening of control should prevent some independent activity of contractors, which allow violations during construction, often resulting in damage to facilities.
The meeting also discussed the implementation of overhaul housing programs. It was also said about the prospects of solving the problem of resettlement of citizens from dilapidated, emergency housing and capital repairs after 2017. The issues of licensing management companies, monitoring the work of housing inspectorates, working with the population on the implementation of the powers granted to them by the owners of housing were discussed.
Continuing cooperation, the leaders agreed to secure the obligations of the parties in a number of agreements on the implementation of the Fund’s programs, which are planned to be signed this year.