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Amur Region received the first federal money for housing for floaters - EastRussia | Far East






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Amur region received the first federal money for housing for floaters

Amur region received the first federal money for housing for floaters

Amur Oblast received the first tranche from the federal budget to help people whose housing suffered as a result of the summer flood. The amount of financing exceeded 140 million rubles.

In total this year, the region should receive 512 million rubles for the purchase, construction and overhaul of housing affected by the flood. The regional authorities have to make a decision on 600 statements, more than 470 of them relate to major repairs, the rest - the acquisition of housing. The regional interdepartmental commission has already decided on 143 statements, 70 first notifications have already been submitted for delivery to families.

“Funds will begin to flow to citizens after victims open special accounts in banks. From this account, money will be transferred to sellers of residential premises after the conclusion of the contract of sale. In the event of a major overhaul, 50% is transferred to the owner immediately, the remaining 50% after completion of the overhaul and the presentation of supporting documents, ”said Lilia Mezentseva, Deputy Minister of Social Security of the Amur Region, to EastRussia.

From the reserve fund of the Russian government, 327,9 million rubles were transferred to the affected residents of the Amur Region as financial assistance. Through Social Security from the regional budget, they sent 16 million rubles.

Because of floods in the Amur Region, 278 living quarters were damaged, of which 611 is being repaired. In total, the region needs 920 million rubles for restoration of housing: 737 million for the purchase of housing and 183 million for overhaul. In 2020, the Amur Region will be able to count on a decision on the next allocation of funding from the federal authorities.