Krasnodar, 8 April. In 2022, the rights of the co-owners of 85 long-delayed construction projects are to be restored in Krasnodar Krai, out of the 169 such projects existing in the region.
Of these, 72 projects have already been resumed. As for the rest, either the construction works will be resumed soon, or a decision to pay compensation to the flat owners will be taken. On April 2, the long-awaited keys were given to the owners of two buildings of the Svoboda Residential Complex at Dombaiskaya Street, Krasnodar. The cost of the construction works was covered by the SSK Company.
What is at issue is Buildings 4 and 5 of the Svoboda Residential Complex – or two 24-storey high-rises with 644 flats. Initially they should have been commissioned in 2016.
Another problematic construction site which construction was resumed is the Zelenodar Residential Complex at 3rd Trudovaya Street, Krasnodar. At the cost of the ASK Company, the first building of the Complex has been completed. At present, the workers are working on Building 4 of the Complex whose preparedness is about 10% so far. Last May, the AKS Company resumed the construction of the Rich House Residential Complex, though the trilateral agreement between the city administration and the current and the previous investors had been concluded back in February 2019.
The fate of the long-delayed construction of the Klubny Kvartal Residential Complex at 85, Veteranov Street, Krasnodar was being resolved last week at a meeting with the deceived flat co-owners. They were advised that the project would be completed by a new investor. The agreement was signed between the City Hall and the SSK Group of Companies.
One more history with deceived flat co-owners ended last week in Slaviansk-on-Kuban, where the construction of the 233-flat Otdelsky Residential Complex located at 93/2, Oktiabrskaya Street was finished. The owners should have received the keys from their flats in 2017, but the construction company had failed to cope with its obligations.
At the same time, some owners will get compensation of their money rather than their flats. The first ones to be registered for the compensation were the members of the bankrupt company Vodnik LLC; sincw February 15, the shareholders of SAFI JSC began to get the compensation.
Vodnik was building a nine-storey 126-flat high-rise at Lenin Street in Goriachy Kluch. According to the contracts, the flats should have been commissioned in the third quarter of 2018, but the constructor failed to cope with its obligations. SAFI was building the Jamaica Residential Complex at 166, Krymskaya Street in Sochi, consisting of nine high-rises in the centre of the city. The construction permits were issued back in 2009 and 2011, and 470 persons invested their money in the project.
The Sochi Mayor’s Office assured that they know how to resolve the problem with all long-delayed construction sites existing in the city. They explained that 11 projects will be commissioned by new or existing investors: seven facilities will be completed this year, and the rest four – in 2023.
One of them is a residential complex of five high-rises and 207 shareholders at Tuapsinskaya Street. The initial constructor promises to complete the project – so the construction permit has of late been prolonged until February 2023. By now, the buildings are 90% ready. The Mayor’s Office promises that all works will be completed by the end of this year, and the complex will be put into operation before the New Year holidays.
Another long-delayed project that was inspected by City Mayor and Prosecutor is the Gorka Residential Complex at Pervomaiskaya Street. Here 243 co-owners are waiting for their flats. Last May, the municipality signed an agreement with the Alpika Company to complete the project. At present, the investor is upgrading the technical specifications based on the roadmap. The facility is to be commissioned by the end of July.