The law on the renovation of housing in Moscow can be passed by the Parliament on 14 June. The date of the third reading of a document called the speaker of the lower house of Parliament, Vyacheslav Volodin, reports RIA Novosti.
On Friday, June 9, the bill passed second reading. In the updated version of the document says that the renovation programme will include houses built on standard projects 1957-1968 years, nine floors, as well as “apartment houses of the first period of industrial housing, similar in characteristics of constructive elements of apartment buildings”.
Demolition can only get in those homes, where such decision is supported by more than two thirds of the owners.
Earlier it was reported that Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin has proposed to include in the bill a provision limiting the ability to expand the lists of houses to be demolished under the program of renovation after entry into force. Thus, according to him, it is possible to remove the concerns many Muscovites, “their homes, which are not included today in the list, get in there against their will”.
From 14 may to 15 June on the portal “Active citizen” is the vote of residents of the first provisional list from 4566 houses, under a program of renovation.