Krasnodar, 1 August – Yug Times. The regional prosecutor’s office has reportedly held a conference to discuss toughened measures to be applied against the construction companies that misuse the rights of the owners of the future flats in high-rise buildings.
The meeting was a sort of continuation of the conversation held in November 2017. What has changed since then?
“Our aim is to help the people by giving them their flats,” Deputy Prosecutor General Andrei Kikot noted. According to him, owing to the workgroups engaged in the identification of unfair developers, there was a qualitative breakthrough from the viewpoint of restoration of the citizens’ rights.
Mr. Kikot said that the results of their work are most visible in Krasnodar: “For the first six years of the current year, 29 blocks of flats were commissioned in Krasnodar, in which the owners received more than 4,500 flats.” “By the end of the year, we must complete another 22 projects,” Krasnodar Mayor Yevgeni Pervyshov added. “This will settle the problems of 4,500 citizens. That is, we reckon that more than 9,000 owners will get their flats in 2018.”
At the same time, Sochi, the country’s main resort, has had no positive changes.
“In Sochi, only two high-rise buildings have been issued permits this year,” Mr. Kikot said. “For instance, only eight suits were won out of the 108 filed, which means that the city authorities worked insufficiently.”
Governor Veniamin Kondratiev also flayed the situation is Sochi. He noted that the city authorities must ensure most favoured treatment to the investors that invest in the recreation industry - amusements, malls and playgrounds. He also focused peculiar attention on the work of the City Hall. He stressed that for the municipal officers housing construction industry is a highly profitable business.
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