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In the Amur resettled residents of emergency houses

Four apartment buildings - three in Belogorsk and one in Svobodny - were commissioned in the Amur region under the program of resettlement of citizens from hazardous housing. This was reported by the press service of the government of the Amur Region.

The program, designed for 5 years, started in 2013 year. For the period of its operation, it is planned to relocate more than 25 thousand inhabitants from 1 741 emergency home (8 631 living space) with a total area of ​​347 thousand sq. M. M.

In the first phase, a total of 46 apartment buildings will be built, 3,6 thousands of residents will be relocated from emergency housing. In all 14 municipalities that have become participants of the program, 42 houses are under construction. As noted in the Ministry of Housing and Communal Services of the region, construction is carried out as planned according to schedules. In addition, purchased 38 residential premises from developers.

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