Krasnodar, 3 September. The dwellers of ten unsafe blocks of flats will reportedly be resettled in Krasnodar this yar.
The inhabitants of two houses from the list have already been resettled, and the houses are ready for demolition, First Deputy Mayor Vitali Kosenko announced at an operational meeting held in Krasnodar last week.
Further three houses will be vacated ahead of schedule because of their state – these are the houses at 125/8 Dzerzhinsky street, 49 Krasnoarmeiskaya street, and 50 Kuznechnaya street.
According to Pavel Abramchik, Head of the City Housing Department, the block at Dzerzhinsky street was included in the resettlement program for this year instead of 2024. Compensation has been paid to the owners of its nine flats; the other two owners will have to vacate the premises by a court decision. New municipal lodgings have been bought for the tenants of 14 municipal flats.
As for the house at Krasnoarmeiskaya street, two municipal flats have already been vacated; a lawsuit is proceeding on one more apartment.
The house at Novokuznechnaya street is beyond repairs. The land parcel under it was withdrawn on August 18, and now experts are assessing the price of its six privately owned flats.
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