48 new houses in 34 districts and 10 districts of Moscow have been transferred for settlement under the renovation program since the beginning of the year, Andrey Bochkarev, deputy mayor of the capital for urban development policy, said. According to him, more than 20,000 Muscovites are currently in the process of processing documents and moving to new housing.
“Over the past five years, housewarming has marked and managed to settle in new apartments for about 75 thousand residents,” Mr. Bochkarev specified (quoted from site mayor of Moscow). Sergey Levkin, Head of the Department of Urban Planning Policy of Moscow, explained that since the beginning of the renovation program in 2017, 197 new buildings have been transferred for settlement.
In May, the Moscow City Hall estimated the cost of continuing the renovation program in 2022 at 110 billion rubles. Then Andrei Bochkarev said that the city authorities had decided to build an additional 8 million square meters. m of real estate.
About the implementation of the renovation program under the sanctions – in the material “Kommersant” “Even if they line us up, we’ll still build everything.”