Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that residents of Khrushchev will be able to refuse demolition of their homes. About it the mayor wrote on his page in social network “Vkontakte”.
“If the residents of the five-story building will be able to take the decision to refuse from participation in the renovation programme at the General meeting of owners of housing”, — wrote the mayor.
According to him, the project of the Federal law of the renovation will propose a number of amendments, taking into account the interests of citizens. So, he guaranteed resettlement housing located in the same area as the demolished building. An exception will be made for Zelenograd and annexed territories, where the resettlement will be conducted within the administrative district. “In fact we will seek to provide a new apartment is not only in the same area, but in the same block, within walking distance from the old five-story building,” — said Sobyanin.
According to the mayor, the owners of privatized apartments will be able to choose to get a new apartment in the property or to maintain social hiring. Those whose apartment is taken out a mortgage, the promised preservation of the conditions and obligations previously established agreement. The right to demand early repayment of the loan from the Bank will not. Owners of non-residential premises in houses demolished will allow you to receive the equivalent of the room or the cash compensation of the market value of seized areas.
Sobyanin added that the new apartments will be provided with repair comfort class. The Moscow government has promised to help the residents with registration of ownership of a new apartment. Needy categories of citizens will be provided to help with the move.
Earlier, the mayor said that the resettlement of residents of demolished under the program of renovation of Khrushchev will begin in the fall of 2017. Also Sobyanin promised that new houses will be more spacious apartment. It is planned that the living space will increase by 20 percent.
Demolish everything in Moscow Khrushchev and build in their place new housing in February, ordered the President of Russia Vladimir Putin.