Chelyabinsk Region Adopts Housing Issues ‘Roadmap’

19 October 2018 (15:18)

UrBC, Chelyabinsk, October 19, 2018. Governor of Chelyabinsk Region Boris Dubrovsky confirmed and approved of a revised ‘roadmap’ on dealing with private investors in housing co-operatives who did not get their homes built for them. Five problem apartment buildings have been taken off the list already.

‘The revised ‘roadmap’ is now available on Chelyabinsk Region Government’s website. Three apartment buildings developed by Greenflight and a building put up by OOO Rechelstroy and ChelSI each are no longer on the problem list,’ the Government’s Press Service & Information Department reports.

‘Five apartment buildings that used to be on the roadmap have finally been commissioned, which means that more than eight hundred people will finally be able to move into their long-awaited homes. This was possible due to concerted efforts of the developers, the investors, the local authorities, the law-enforcement agencies, and the private investors themselves. Yet we cannot stop there: we still need to take care of all the deceived private investors and make sure there are never any new problem buildings on the list,’ Governor Dubrovsky stressed.

There are now thirty-one problem buildings on the list; this means there are some 3,000 private investors whose rights have been infringed upon.

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