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During the period of cooperation between Primorye and the Fund for Assistance to Reforming Housing and Communal Services, 8,2 billion rubles were allocated to joint projects

Cooperation between the Primorsky Territory and the State Corporation Fund for Assistance to the Reform of Housing and Communal Services is an example of successful work on solving social problems in the region, said the First Vice Governor of the Territory Alexander Kostenko on August 15 at a meeting on the implementation of regional programs for the resettlement of citizens from emergency housing and major repairs of apartment buildings.

The meeting was attended by the head of the Federal Housing and Public Utilities Fund Konstantin Tsitsin as well as the heads of municipalities of Primorye.

Alexander Kostenko noted that during the time of cooperation with the foundation, 8,2 billion rubles have been allocated for the implementation of joint programs. Thus, as part of the resettlement of citizens from emergency housing, 118 new houses were built and another 121 house will be built before 2017. As a result, 522 emergency homes will be eliminated in the province, thousands of coastal families will improve their living conditions.

The First Vice-Governor noted that the Fund accompanies each project, monitors the quality of new houses and the use of energy-efficient construction technologies, makes demands on the timing of the delivery of housing.

Konstantin Tsitsin informed the heads of municipalities about the terms of participation in the Fund's programs.

Vladimir Babich, Deputy Director of the Department of Housing and Public Utilities and Fuel Resources of Primorye, made a report on the results of joint work with the Housing and Utilities Fund.

So, this year, in the framework of the first stage of the relocation program from emergency housing, 27 houses were introduced. An application for participation in the second stage of the program has already been approved by Primorsky Krai. 20 municipalities will take part in it, where construction of 117 residential buildings is planned. More 1 700 people will be relocated to new apartments.

As for the program for the overhaul of apartment buildings, the Fund approved an application for 77 houses in 6 municipalities in Primorye. The amount of funding is 236 million rubles.

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