In Berezniki, Perm Territory, residents of the new 18-story building No. 1 on Doshchennikova Street (Lyubimov residential complex) are afraid of resettlement and demolition of the high-rise building. They stated this during a meeting with a representative of the management company “Lyubimy Dom”, at which the issue of eliminating defects identified after the house was put into operation was discussed. A video of the meeting was published on his page on the VKontakte social network by Berezniki blogger Igor Solovey.
“The management company threatens: you will be moved to dorms, and your house will be demolished. And in general, he says that your house won’t last long,” one woman said. Other residents said they would go to court if they were displaced. Residents of the building also recalled that during the operation of the building, numerous defects were revealed. This was confirmed by the developer, the Perm Territory Development Corporation. At the same time, residents are asked to undergo a construction inspection at their own expense, which will determine how serious the problems identified during the inspection of the house are. The cost of the examination exceeds 600 thousand rubles, Berezniki residents said.
Now, according to the owners of residential premises, there are cracks throughout the house, there are defects in the roof, and due to the lack of waterproofing, the basement periodically floods with water. The press service of the Perm Territory Development Corporation JSC (the developer of the microdistrict) URA.RU explained that the house was examined by a commission, which included representatives of the Prikamye State Housing Inspection Inspectorate. The corporation promised the agency’s correspondent to prepare a more detailed commentary in the near future. URA.RU also contacted the press service of the Ministry of Construction of the Perm Territory.
Previously, KRPK associated the appearance of cracks in the house on Doshchennikova 1 with shrinkage of the building. The specified house was put into operation in the second quarter of 2021. Soon after this, residents noticed a number of significant shortcomings. Because of this, the basement of the house was flooded with water, and mold formed on the walls. The Lyubimov residential complex is the largest microdistrict in the Perm region built in recent years. The construction, which was monitored in Moscow, began shortly after the man-made accident that occurred at the Uralkali mine.