During the consideration of the bill on the renovation of housing will focus on the points about the rights of citizens. This was stated by the speaker of the state Duma Vyacheslav Volodin on Friday, April 28, the correspondent “Tapes.ru”.
“We will proceed from the need to maximize the full account of the views of citizens and try to act within the norms of direct action to fix all the issues related to the rights of citizens,” he said at a Council on development of urban areas and public spaces under the Chairman of the lower house of Parliament.
He stressed that to solve the problem of housing demolition is impossible without a dialogue with citizens. “Any attempt to administratively and unilaterally impose on the people of comfort will be, likely unsuccessful,” — said Volodin.
The development of cities and agglomerations is one of the most important tools for the development of the economy, as they focused human capital, he added.
According to surveys, more than 80 percent of Russians want to live in cities, noted in the Council meeting the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Institute for media, architecture and design “Strelka” Alexander Mamut. In his view, cities must create conditions not only sustain, but increase human capital.
Mamut also emphasized on the need of more careful study of the concept of changing urban environment during the project preparation stage. He noted that in world practice it is accepted to allocate “the three phases of pre-design works that are also important — identification of project options, creation of technical specifications and development design project”.
On April 26 the President of Russia Vladimir Putin has declared that will not sign the law on the renovation of housing capital, until it is brought into compliance with the applicable laws and standards protecting the rights of citizens. The head of state stressed that the settlement must not violate the rights of Muscovites on the property.
April 20 the state Duma adopted in the first reading the bill regulating an order of demolition Khrushchev in Moscow. The document suggests amending the law “On the status of the capital of the Russian Federation” and other legislative acts.