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Khabarovsk authorities obliged investor to resettle emergency houses for 6 years

Khabarovsk authorities obliged investor to resettle emergency houses for 6 years
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Special project Financial literacy

The administration of Khabarovsk obliged the investor to resettle the emergency houses on Batareyny Lane for six years, where the company received a land plot for development. This period is shorter than usual, which is nine years.

In Khabarovsk, ten have a program for the development of built-up territories, during which time the city authorities concluded 43 agreements with developers. Despite the fact that the documents indicated the terms of resettlement, six developers did not fulfill their obligations, now because of this the mayor's office intends to terminate the agreements with them, and again put up the land for auctions. For the same reason, investors are tightening the deadlines for relocation.

“Old housing, as indicated in the Gosstroy document, recognizes housing in a building with a high 70% and a higher degree of wear of its structures, but the main supporting structures retain strength sufficient to ensure the stability of the building. The building ceases to satisfy the specified operational requirements, but, logically, it should not collapse. However, the current legislation does not use the concept of dilapidated housing, which creates certain difficulties when there is a dispute about whether it is necessary to provide housing to those who live in dilapidated rather than emergency housing, ”says an expert on the information portal Zhilfin.rf (within project of the Ministry of Finance of Russia on financial literacy) Lolla Kirillova.

In 2006, the Russian government approved the provision on recognizing premises or houses as emergency. According to it, a commission consisting of various specialists, on the basis of a statement from the owner or tenant of the premises, or based on the conclusion of the state supervisory authorities, checks the actual condition of the premises and makes a decision on recognizing the housing as emergency.

“Local government and executive authorities of the region create a commission to evaluate housing, any interested person can contact it. But it cannot oblige a business to relocate people from emergency housing to a normal state. This is done indirectly: a businessman is given a building plot if all tenants are provided with housing that meets the standards. Funding for the resettlement of people is still carried out by the state and depends on the volume of housing recognized as emergency, ”the expert explains.

Lolla Kirilova notes that the owner of the house, after recognizing the house as emergency and including it in the appropriate program for the resettlement of citizens from the emergency housing fund, can choose money or another comfortable apartment for ownership. At the same time, local authorities sometimes push people to forced redemption - they are forced to display housing at market value, if the option with the apartment provided did not suit. However, the courts defend the interests of such citizens.

About a year later, the federal authorities should lay out a new federal program for the resettlement of emergency housing. Also, recently, President Vladimir Putin instructed the Russian Ministry of Construction before the end of this year to offer additional options for relocating people from dilapidated houses.