Programmes for development of urban infrastructure and reaccommodation of substandard housing in the Far East are being successfully implemented
Tens of billions of roubles are already being put to work. We’re talking about infrastructure facilities, utilities, sources, housing, schools and kindergartens. This is in fact a very big push and a very big help for the regions — Dmitriy Tetenkin, Adviser to the Minister for the Development of the Russian Far East.
We reaccommodated 137 houses, almost 40,000 square metres of housing was provided to our citizens. <...> Almost 2 billion roubles was used, more than 1 billion roubles of it was our municipal money from the city budget. <...> We are currently working on about 18 projects for development of built-up areas. The process of reaccommodation and construction is happening solely at the expense of investors' funds under control and with help of the municipality, but not financial — Dmitriy Berdnikov, Mayor of Irkutsk City.
As of today, the programme is 98 % complete. By the end of this year we will relocate another 11,000 square metres. I think that by the end of the year the programme will be fully implemented — Aleksey Struchkov, First Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).
About 30 billion roubles total was allocated for the implementation of the first stage of the programme for substandard housing reaccommodation. More than 12 billion roubles came from the Fund for Reforming Housing and Communal Services, more than 15 billion roubles is the means of regional budget. Municipalities also participated in this programme – more than 1.6 billion roubles. Extrabudgetary funds were raised as well in the amount of 520 million roubles. I think that this pattern will continue for the next stage of the programme — Aleksey Struchkov, First Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).