Volodin proposed to discuss the renovation project in the Moscow city Duma


RIA Novosti

Speaker of the state Duma Vyacheslav Volodin considers that the Moscow city Duma and the Public chamber could hold a hearing to discuss the implementation bill for the renovation of housing in Moscow.

The renovation bill was passed by the Parliament in first reading in April. As expected, the second reading of the draft law will take place on 9 June.

“It would be correct for the parliamentary hearings were held at the level of the Moscow city Duma, in Moscow, because they are actors, they make regulations, and this is a very important element in the implementation regulations of this law. Also the Public chamber of Moscow city could conduct these hearings, but in the framework of its powers, directly discussing the implementation of this law. But still want to participate in parliamentary hearings, which lead the Duma”, — said Volodin told reporters.

On Tuesday the state Duma will hold parliamentary hearings on the bill on the renovation of housing in Moscow, the main theme of the event was discussion of amendments to the second reading. As reported Volodin, the event will be attended by 450 people, 300 of them residents of homes that fall under the renovation programme.

“We have 24 deputies elected from Moscow, from all factions. And we agreed — up to 10 people, each member can invite (at the hearings — ed.) can Then to invite each faction, to invite each Committee involved in the preparation of the parliamentary hearings. Be sure to participating in parliamentary hearings lived in the house, which is included in the program of the renovation… (they) will have the opportunity to ask questions,” said Volodin.

“If in the course of the hearings you will hear sentences that are interesting and important for adoption we have the opportunity to consider these amendments during the discussion of the bill in the second reading”, — said the speaker of the state Duma.

The renovation bill was passed by the Parliament in first reading in April. As expected, the second reading of the draft law may take place on 9 June.

Moscow authorities on may 2 published a list of 4566 five-story building, which will vote on their inclusion in a program of renovation of housing. The list includes homes located in 85 districts of old Moscow and six settlements in the annexed territories. While 40 districts of old Moscow and 15 settlements new to the list are not included. In the final version of the program can enter a smaller number in Moscow, “Khrushchev” — it will include only those houses where the inhabitants of two thirds of the apartments will vote for the renovation. In forming the list takes into account technical condition of the house and the opinion of its inhabitants in a preliminary survey. Voting began on 14 may and will end on June 15.

According to the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin, the implementation of the rights of Muscovites will not be infringed and they have received new apartments will be between 25-35% of its market value more expensive than housing that is demolished. The mayor also noted that the building will be decommissioned only after signing all tenants of the acts of reception and transmission apartments. The law on the renovation of housing Sobyanin proposed to guarantee the issuance of the tenants a new apartment in the same area and with the finish, to provide the rule of replacement of the mortgage with the same conditions and to secure assistance in moving those in need. It also proposes to provide the right of owners of non-privatized apartments to choose between obtaining a new home ownership or social employment.

The Moscow government adopted a decree, according to which the decision on inclusion of the house in the draft programme will be made by a majority of at least 2/3 of the number of owners of premises. Sobyanin also said that the new homes will be built in the year following the adoption of the law and approval of a programme of renovation, with the project of new apartments tenants will be able to see in advance. If Muscovites consider that resettlement they were provided with the uneven or unequal housing, they should have the right to challenge it in court, as the fact of relocation, said the mayor.