In Russia, the rules for eviction from emergency housing will change


“This is a problem today. Most residents are ready to leave the emergency home, and one or two families say: we won’t leave! Now amendments to the law are being prepared for such situations, “Stepashin said in an interview with Rossiyskaya Gazeta.

He noted that the decision to relocate will be made if two thirds of the residents support him.

At the moment, this procedure is being decided in court and takes a lot of time.

In addition, another problem is related to the concept of “emergency housing” itself. As an example, Stepashin cited Astrakhan and Yakutsk, in which there are many houses in poor condition, but not subject to demolition.

“For me, this is the biggest problem today. We still share: separately dilapidated housing, separately emergency. It’s time to stop burying your head in the sand, like ostriches, not noticing that you can’t live in dilapidated houses. XXI century in the yard! Dilapidated – this is emergency housing. There is nothing to divide them. And we need to help the regions get rid of such old stuff, ”Stepashin summed up.

At the end of June, Izvestia was told by the State Duma Committee on Housing Policy and Housing and Communal Services that people living in hazardous housing can release from fees for maintenance and maintenance of their homes.

In the middle of April vice prime minister Russia Marat Khusnullin admitted that the emergency housing resettlement program in Russia could be accelerated in order to support the construction industry in an economic downturn amid the coronavirus pandemic.


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