Krasnodar, 19 March.
The Yug Times has clarified which of the long-delayed construction projects have been completed over the past six months.
In 2018, the Law on additional measures to protect the rights of the sufferers of high-rise construction projects was adopted in Krasnodar krai. Owing to them, the regional authority enrolled to the settlement of the problem of never-ending construction sites managed to find the investors to have many of them completed. Thereby, 51 delayed projects were commissioned last year, and 10,000 co-investors were given their flats. This year, nine long-delayed projects, or over 2,000 flats have been accomplished due to the cooperation between the co-investors, authorities and public activists.
Altogether, 113 problematic projects are to be completed this year. The biggest of them is the Svoboda Housing Complex in Krasnodar, with the total residential area of 32,500 sq m, or over 600 flats.
Recently Vice Governor Andrei Alekseyenko announced that the residential complex at 5, Kariakin street in Krasnodar that had been built for over 17 years, was finally put into operation.
In February, another project from the Unified register of problematic projects (the register is kept by the federal Ministry of Construction) was put into operation – the Rechnoi Briz Housing Complex.
One more project, the Territoriya Schastia, found the investor last year. Upon assessing the amount of the works, the company resumed the construction activities.
Another project, the Rich House, had for a long time been in the centre of public attention. In order to complete the construction, many legal issues and quite serious problems with the utility systems and services had to be resolved. For instance, the cost of connecting to the gas supply system was more than 12 million roubles.
The Kuban Co-Investors’ Rights Defence Foundation was initiated several months ago, but it has already managed to make big progress in a number of projects. Its chairperson Yevgenia Shumeiko told us that at the end of last year, 15 problematic projects were submitted for consideration of the Foundation’s Supervisory Council. On December 25, 2019 the Council decided to cover the completion of construction of eight high-rises of the residential complexes Ivan-da-Maria and Parusnaya Regata, owned by the RAS Construction Company.
Ms. Shumeiko said that on seven other projects, it was decided to pay out compensations to the co-investors (the residential complexes Ametist, Yantar, Vorontsovsky, and Dom Romanovykh). As on March 10, 2020, of the 235 persons on the list of the register, 199 had already received compensations to the total amount of 602.25 million roubles.
Presently, the Foundation works hard to complete the construction of the residential complexes Ivan-da-Maria and Parusnaya Regata. To do so, the Foundation got a permit to assume the rights of a developer. It was an important step to resume the construction work on the sites. When completed, they will restore the rights of about 1,000 co-investors and members of their families. Experts of the Foundation plan that all deceived co-investors will be able to get their flats or compensations by the year 2023.
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