Last year, about 4,600 unusable living space was freed from Astrakhan residents. For this event 146 million rubles were allocated from the city treasury.
For several weeks in Astrakhan, residents of houses have been trying by hook or by crook to ensure that their houses are not recognized as emergency, and to prove that they can live in them for at least another hundred years. Basically, houses that are recognized as monuments of architecture fell under the evictions. The head of Astrakhan, Maria Permyakova, gathered regional journalists to talk about the program for resettlement of dilapidated and hazardous housing, and also talk about why the situation around this topic is ambiguous. The city prosecutor Ekaterina Zolina and the head of the City Duma Igor Sedov were also invited to the briefing.
4,600 meters of unusable housing
Starting the briefing, the head of Astrakhan, Maria Permyakova, said that at the moment there are 11,362 apartment buildings in Astrakhan, of which 5,136 were built even before the day the revolution was declared in Russia. The houses became dilapidated over time and became unsuitable for comfortable living. Last year, about 4,600 unusable living space was freed from Astrakhan residents. 146 million rubles were allocated from the city treasury for this event. However, it was not yet possible to solve the emergency housing issue. Resettlement from, as Permyakova said, sick homes should be completed at the end of 2022. It is worth noting that these houses were recognized as hazardous back in 2017. This is necessary for the Astrakhan region to be included in the individual federal program, which will help with further resettlement. So far, according to the mayor, everything is going according to plan.
It would seem that if we resettled the houses, recognized as emergency, back in 2017, then it will be possible to live peacefully on. But it was not there.
According to Permyakova, houses built in the 60s and 70s are already beginning to cause fears.
The court will decide everything
To recognize the accident rate of a house, a number of actions and a whole package of documents are required, including a technical report on the condition of the main structures of the house. On the basis of this conclusion, a decision is made whether the Astrakhan people leave their homes or not.
According to Permyakova, the city administration provides housing for residents of municipal apartments of the same area and number of rooms. The premises are evaluated by a special commission, the choice of which was carried out through electronic trading. The administration cannot intervene in this, according to Permyakova. The owner, on the other hand, can agree or refuse what amount is offered to him in the end as the redemption value. In the second case, the assessment can be challenged only through the court. But more on that later.
Handwriting is an act of goodwill by the administration
The journalist “MK in Astrakhan”, present at the briefing, asked a question regarding the untimely notification of residents about the accident at home. To this question, the city authorities said that handing the notice into the hands does not belong to the list of the administration’s duties under federal law and is an act of goodwill. Such an act also becomes a general meeting of tenants or posting ads.
The second important issue of the meeting was a controversial point about the cost per square meter, determined when assigning the redemption value, since in different houses this amount varies from 14 thousand to 54 thousand rubles per “square”.
The administration cannot interfere with the work of the appraisers and control the appraisal, the journalists were told. The firm is identified through electronic trading. However, if obvious irregularities are revealed during the assessment, the administration may not accept it.
“Appraisers are subject to the legislation,” Igor Sedov emphasized.
The prosecutor of Astrakhan, Yekaterina Zorina, said that quite often Astrakhan residents who disagree with the assessment of their housing go to court. After the secondary assessment, the amount either increases or remains at the same level.
“The assessment principle is based on the location of the house and its condition, what it is built of and what communications it is equipped with,” Ekaterina Leonidovna emphasized.
Speak – they will help you
At the end of the meeting, Igor Sedov asked journalists to tell readers that they can contact the city or district administrations, as well as his patrimony, the city duma, with all their questions regarding emergency housing, if any, which we have just done …
“There are many individual moments in this problem, we are ready to clarify everything,” Igor Yuryevich said.