Residents of central Moscow allowed to relocate to the suburbs, in special cases

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At the meeting of the Moscow City Duma in the first reading on Wednesday adopted an amendment to the law “On Ensuring housing rights in the relocation and release of dwellings (houses) in Moscow.”

Despite the fact that the capital is implementing a program to demolish a five and dilapidated housing, emergency housing in Moscow is growing. The Government is concerned with where to resettle people. According to the adopted on Wednesday amendments to the laws tenants center of the capital will move to other districts if their homes will be found in an emergency due to an emergency, reports “Interfax”. These officials attributed lightning, earthquake, explosion, and the danger of collapse at home.

Note that the risk of collapse of a house can occur, for example, in the case of a crack formed as a result of decay at home, and in this case, the house can be found in an emergency, and its residents have the right to relocate to the suburbs. But from dilapidated houses that are in the queue for the reconstruction, otselyat be in the center. Evict tenants to the suburbs are in the case, if the house with wooden beams, which are set in the center, there will be fire.

- Scandals of eviction “old houses” in the center of Moscow
- Authorities have not lost anything, but only “assented” public opinion
- In Moscow marked increase emergency shelter

“If there was an emergency, lightning, earthquake, explosion, and there is danger of collapse at home, in this case, the prefect of the Central District, the Mayor shall decide on the immediate relocation of an emergency nature. In all other cases, people will live in the center of the center” – said at a meeting of the chairman of the Duma Committee on Long-Term Development and Urban Mikhail Moskvin-Tarkhanov.

The amendment provides that the right of resettlement within the center does not apply if found in an emergency shelter and non-recoverable due to technical reasons due to injury “as a result of explosions, accidents, fires, earthquakes, uneven subsidence, as well as from other complex geological hazards, natural disasters, emergency situations. ”

Moskvin-Tarkhanov that the amendment excludes situations where a house crumbling for years, recognized the emergency and residents relocated from the center to other districts. “The house has exhausted its possibilities, facing collapse, apart floors, hear and supporting structures, and suddenly comes Commission and says the house alarm. If dilapidated house for years, the residents of the center will still be in the center,” – said the deputy.

Authorities have not lost anything, but only “assented” public opinion

Scandals related to moving people out of homes, may now be less. However, having done this relief, capital deputies refused to cancel a much more dangerous rate – the ability to demolish any house to new construction, the newspaper

“When we are talking about millions of dollars, we can not exclude the possibility that the” emergency “will create an interested investor”, – the Executive Secretary of the Committee for the Protection of Muscovites Alexei Navalny.

“The problem of migration of damaged houses is not as serious as it seems – also noted Bulk. – In recent months there have been no more than five or six of these cases, but they were accompanied by scandals. Often attempts settlement under the pretext of” emergency “does not work, people can not drive even after the court decisions in favor of the authorities. ” That is, making a “relief”, the city authorities have lost almost nothing and at the same time, “assented” to public opinion, the newspaper notes.

Meanwhile, MPs rejected an amendment that proposed to remove from the law on resettlement of much more dangerous provision allowing demolish the house if necessary, “new construction, development areas in accordance with the General Plan of Moscow, plans for development of counties and districts of Moscow, the implementation of municipal programs” .

“By order of the mayors office can demolish any house – emergency or new, so that the rule affects the interests of any Muscovite,” – says Bulk.

However, even these “fine” adjustments are unlikely to be adopted in the final reading. Acts against Mayor Yuri Luzhkov, who presented his opinion on the Duma initiative. “With this offer you can not agree, the document says. At resettlement in connection with a natural disaster in a short time is unrealistic to find the required number of vacant apartments in the community. Moreover, no criteria for the distribution of available apartments when they are not enough to provide all claiming to preserve the area residence “, the newspaper” Kommersant “.

In Moscow marked increase emergency shelter

In recent years, Moscow began to increase the volume of the housing stock is in poor condition, the chief architect of Moscow Alexander Kuzmin at a meeting of the city government. He stressed the need to increase the amount of capital being repaired housing.

“If the 40-50th years of the last century built annually to half a million square meters. Meters of housing, from the beginning of the Khrushchev period of industrial housing built up to 7 million square meters. Meters of housing every year, and then switched to the exponent 4 million square meters. Meters per year “- said Kuzmin.

According to him, if you do not take seriously the safety of housing start industrial house, in 10-15 years, “it will be a serious problem for the city.”

Kuzmin said that according to the general plan of the city in early 2006 in the city should have been 204.8 million square meters. square meters of housing, and built for 2 million more. However, the housing stock was planned at the beginning of this year, 23.8 square meters. meters of floor area per person, and in fact amounted to 19.8 square meters. meters.

Chief architect attributed this to the fact that in the general plan, which was developed in the late 90s, were not considered actual forecast figures for the visitors.

Kuzmin said that in this part of the total in the last year 80% of the housing was built. Moreover, almost 60% of new construction homes were built on individual projects. “These homes have their face, their architecture,” – said the chief architect.

However, according to him, there is a slight delay for the demolition of the old and a five-story housing. Since the beginning of the program in 1995 to the beginning of 2006 was demolished only 4.5 million square feet. meters of dilapidated housing, and planned to carry five million square meters. meters.

Scandals of eviction “dilapidated houses” in the center of Moscow

In 2000, Building 6 in Varsonofevskom Lane in Moscow on the list of emergency. In February 2002, residents turned in Meshchansky district court with a claim for unfair eviction, but it did not come to review, and most people had left the house. Refused to move from teacher Valery Tarasov. August 14, 2002 the bailiffs force took him out of the apartment, despite the opposition of his supporters colleagues and former neighbors.

Since 2002, Moscow authorities are trying to resettle residents six-story building (built in 1908) at Sadovnicheskaya Embankment, 9, Building 3. In its place is planned to build a luxury residential complex. In May 2006, purchased the complex investment project “Mosstroyrekonstruktsiya” which offers residents a home or move to Butovo Marino. Litigation continues.

In 2003, Moscow authorities decided to restoration of the house 5 in Dairy Lane, who was the family house artist Evgeny Filatov and entered in the register of monuments. Artist instructed to change dwelling on “kopeck piece” in the suburbs. The reason for eviction was the inability of the artist to prove ownership. Litigation continues.

In May 2006, City Council decided to demolish the house at Khilkov lane 3, and the released land transfer LLC “Capital Compound” “as compensation.” The house was found in an emergency, but a year ago the tenants on the means made its repair. Outraged residents refused to leave their apartment and created a social movement, “Leave us alone”, which brought together more than 2 thousand Muscovites. Members of the movement sent an appeal to the president against the actions of the city authorities. From there, the documents received by the prosecutors office in Moscow, which sent them to the FAS Moscow. In October, officials began checking the complaint.