Krasnodar, 2 August – Yug Times. The national construction market awaits significant transformations after the enforcement of the amendments to the federal law on shared flats construction.
Andrei Alekseyenko, first deputy governor of the Krasnodar region, comments on the novelty: “The housing construction industry has been reset. Now the town-planning policy in Kuban is aimed at the coordination of the governmental regional construction programs and organisation of priorities in this sphere for several following years.
“In the last years, the construction market has changed a lot: now the developers are choosing high quality and comfort rather than seeking to build as much as possible. The region is deciding against infill construction of high-rise apartment houses in favour of big residential communities with well developed infrastructure. Now people prioritise comfort of life and of the urban environment.
“Our lagging in social infrastructure must be caught up with. We hope that construction speed will get normalised but will not slow down after the law has been amended. It’s small construction companies that can’t comply with the new requirements that will have to leave the market. “Speaking of the historical part of Krasnodar, consisting of 300 city blocks, we also bear in mind its peculiarities. The urbanisation of the city centre should be sparing - in accordance with the law on protection of cultural heritage.”
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