Krasnodar, 2 September. Twenty-seven long-delayed high-rises have been put into service in Krasnodar since the beginning of this year. The construction projects were completed with the help of investors and governmental money.
On June 29, the regional Department for Construction Supervision reportedly issued the statement of conformity for the Territory of Happiness Residential Complex, a protracted construction project in Krasnodar that had to be put into operation in the middle of 2015. In 2019, the residential community was put on the list of projects to be rehabilitated with the aid of the regional budget. The allocated sum equalled to 425.2 million roubles. Last October, following all technical and legal procedures, the StroiGarant Construction Company was engaged to complete the project. The initial builders were brought to trial. According to the regional Prosecutor’s Office, the top managers of the constructing companies, David Kupradze and Andrei Sokolov, had by fraud stolen 1.3 billion roubles, starting from 2013 till 2017, when signing the co-investment contracts.
The certificate of acceptance for the fourth building of another long-delayed project, the Yuzhny Residential Complex, was issued last July. Now over 300 deceived owners will receive the keys from their flats. The Mayor’s Office reported that the money to complete the high-rise was allocated from the regional and city budgets. It was spent to cover the building and installation works and provide financial support of utility connection contracts. Besides, Krasnodar Mayor’s Office helped the co-owners resolve the issue of merging land parcels into one land plot.
The history of the River Breeze Residential Complex began in 2012, when the construction permit was issued. The co-owners had to tenant their flats in 2016, but the construction process went on very wearily due to the complicated engineering and geological conditions of the construction work. Later it became apparent that the project had problems with connecting to the engineering networks. The issue was presented to the consideration of a special interdepartmental taskforce.
Last June, the Seven Summits Residential Complex was put into operation in Krasnodar – also with the help of the regional budget which had invested about 300 million roubles to resume the works. The authorities also had to deal with the problem of heating power shortages committed by the developer. On 15 June 2020, 240 deceived flat owners learnt that they would soon receive their keys.
One more problematic construction project – the Talisman high-rise was issued the commissioning permit in May. Over 300 co-owners received their keys. The construction of the Talisman project began in 2014 by the Yug Construction Company. Starting from 2016, the construction deadlines had been postponed several times due to various reasons, like lack of connection to the engineering networks. When the regional authorities decided to allocate 1.5 billion roubles to finish the nearly-ready projects with little capital-raising potential, the Talisman was included on the list and became the pilot project completed for the money allocated by the regional budget.
Another protracted project, the Krylia (Wings) Residential Complex, was put into operation in May. This was one of the longest-delayed projects – its construction began in 2009, and the completion deadline was postponed more than once. Now it is the investigative bodies that are dealing with Galina Litviakova, the director of the unfair developer, who was accused of non-payment of salaries to the employees to the total amount of 759,000 roubles.
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