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In the Far East, built the least new housing - EastRussia | Far East

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In the Far East built the least new housing

In the Far East built the least new housing
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The least amount of new housing in 2018 was introduced in the regions of the Far East. Seven of the subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District 11: Amur Oblast, the Jewish Autonomous Region, the Transbaikalia, Kamchatka, the Magadan Oblast, the Khabarovsk Territory, and Chukotka immediately became outsiders.

According to RIA "Rating", in the regions that were among the outsiders, for the year introduced less 0,25 square. meters of housing per person: on the Kolyma - 0,03 square. meters, in Chukotka - 0,036, in Kamchatka - 0,113, in the Jewish Autonomous Region - 0,173, in Transbaikalia - 0,174, in the Amur Region - 0,2, and in the Khabarovsk Territory - 0,207 square. meters

There is a region in the Far East where the pace of construction has increased - this is Primorsky Krai. There, the rate rose by 30,6%. The number of 25 regions leading in housing construction included only two subjects of the Far East Federal District - Yakutia and Sakhalin Oblast. At the same time, there the rate of housing commissioning decreased during the year by 23,8% and 16,4%, respectively.

In total, 2018 in Russia introduced 75,7 million square meters. meters of housing - on 4,4% less than in 2017. In terms of per capita, this figure is about 0,5 square. meters Most housing in terms of per capita was built in the Leningrad and Moscow regions.