The schedule for the resettlement of participants of the program of renovation of the housing stock in Moscow. This was reported on the official website of the mayor of the capital.

“In the first phase of the new apartments will be almost 170 thousand Muscovites, living at 930 old houses. In the second phase, from 2025 to 2028 years is planned to begin the resettlement of more than 1 thousand 630 homes, a further 330 thousand Muscovites. The rest – about 380 thousand people will move to the third stage, 2029 through 2032 years. Then it is planned to resettle more than 1,8 thousand houses.Now participants of the program of renovation will be able to plan your move to prepare all the necessary documents to decide whether to buy additional square footage or another apartment,” – said in the message.

Clarifies that the definition of the stages of resettlement experts assessed a number of factors.

“first and foremost is the availability of land. <…> in addition to the site for construction it was also important to assess the territory on which the demolished house. Great attention was paid to ensuring that there is the possibility of organizing a on the site of the demolition of a more favorable urban environment with the placement of recreational areas, playgrounds, facilities, associated infrastructure with implementation of the final stage of comprehensive improvement”, – emphasized in the material.

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