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90 families at BAM in 2015 year moved from emergency housing - Minvostokrazvitiya - EastRussia | Far East






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90 families at BAM in 2015 year moved from emergency housing - Minskostokrazvitiya

As part of the implementation of a package of measures to provide living quarters for people who were granted temporary accommodation in connection with the construction of the Baikal-Amur Mainline, last year 90 families (271 people) were relocated from dilapidated and dilapidated housing,

90 families at BAM in 2015 year moved from emergency housing - Minskostokrazvitiya
This represents 13% of the total number of people in need. 79 families celebrated housewarming in the Republic of Buryatia, 5 in the Amur Region and 6 families moved to new apartments in the Trans-Baikal Territory.

In total, in the zone of the Baikal-Amur Mainline, 1629 BAM builders live in temporary premises. For their relocation is necessary 695 residential premises. 1,1 billion rubles will be needed for this purpose, according to the Ministry of Eastern and Eastern Development.

“It is worth noting that 695 temporary premises are 482, and this is 70%, recognized as emergency or uninhabitable,” said Grigory Smolyak, Director of the Department for Human Capital Development, Territorial and Socio-Economic Development of the Far Eastern Regions of the Ministry of Eastern and Eastern Development of Russia. “Therefore, this year we are setting ourselves a priority task: to complete the work on recognizing 213 temporary premises unfit for habitation or emergency rooms, and also to continue coordinating the provision of housing within the framework of the federal targeted program Housing on 2015 - 2020 years in priority order 605 families in this category are 1358 people. We are already conducting this work together with the Ministry of Construction of Russia. ”