On 2 October 2019, agreements were signed between the Housing and Utilities Fund and the governments of the Perm Region and Novosibirsk Region.
Konstantin Tsitsin, Director General of the state-run Housing and Utilities Reform Support Fund, and Maxim Reshetnikov, Governor of Perm Region signed an agreement to increase financing to implement the federal project to relocate more than 10,000 citizens from dilapidated housing in the region by 20192021. The agreement is worth 5 billion 118 million roubles. The plans involve the relocation of more than 4,000 thousand dilapidated housing with an area of almost 140,000 square metres.
The agreement was signed with the aim of implementing the federal project Ensuring the sustainable reduction of unsuitable housing, which is part of the national project Housing and Urban Environment. The Board of the Housing and Utilities Fund decided that the regions can submit applications and receive advance payments to implement dilapidated housing relocation programmes within the three-year limit of 20192021 ahead of schedule.
Konstantin Tsitsin, Director General of the state-run Housing and Utilities Reform Support Fund, and Andrey Travnikov, Governor of Novosibirsk Oblast signed an agreement on the provision of financial support from the Housing and Utilities Fund to implement two modernization projects in the heat supply sector worth a total of 445 million roubles. The agreements provide for co-financing of the construction of 8 boiler houses and the modernization of 1 boiler house, and the construction and modernization of nearly 30 km of heating and hot water pipes.