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The largest number of building permits was issued in the North-East and South-East administrative districts.

Mosgosstroynadzor Since the beginning of 2020, he has issued 54 permits for the construction of residential buildings under the renovation program. This was announced by the head of the department Oleg Antosenko.

New buildings will appear in all districts of the city. The largest number of building permits was issued in the North-Eastern and South-Eastern administrative districts – 11 each, as well as in the north and east of the capital – seven each.

The total area of ​​houses for which building permits are issued is over 1.7 million square meters. According to the projects, there will be almost 17 thousand apartments for resettlement under the renovation program.

Apartments in all new buildings will be finished in accordance with the standards of the renovation program. The adjacent territories will be landscaped and landscaped, and there will also be children’s and sports grounds, recreation areas. In non-residential premises on the ground floors, shops, cafes, pharmacies, beauty salons, sports clubs, circles and sections for children will be opened.

“Mosgosstroynadzor pays special attention to the quality of work on residential buildings under construction under the renovation program. In 2020, the experts of the committee conducted 630 inspections at these facilities. The Expertise Center was involved in the inspections on a regular basis, the experts of which issued 4,236 conclusions on the laboratory and instrumental tests, measurements, examinations of materials and structures, ”said Oleg Antosenko.

The renovation program was approved in 2017. It included 5175 houses. At the moment, the program includes 472 launch sites, and already 23 thousand Muscovites have moved to new apartments.

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