In Russia, they decided to solve the problems of housing and communal services at the expense of the country’s “main fund” Russian News EN

Izvestia: funds from the National Provident Fund will be used to solve problems with housing and communal services

IN Federal Antimonopoly Service developed a new mechanism to support communal infrastructure. On this subject to write “News”.

In particular, it is planned that the resource supply company can set up engineering networks to connect the houses under construction to heating, water supply and sewerage at the expense of the “main piggy bank ” of the country – the National Wealth Fund. This will allow organizations to immediately build networks of a larger diameter, taking into account the technical connection of all potential installations, and companies planning construction will reduce connection costs. It is expected that the adoption of the draft document will help to increase the annual volume of housing commissioning.

February 21 President of Russia Vladimir Poutine declaredthat in 2023 the country will launch a vast program of construction and repair of housing and communal services. He clarified that over the next ten years they plan to invest at least 4.5 trillion rubles in the sphere. The Head of State stressed the need to ensure a strong launch of the program. He instructed the government to ensure stable funding for the tasks.

Earlier it became known that at the beginning of 2023 at Russia lack new houses – almost half of the housing projects have been started in the country compared to the same previous periods. According to the unified information system Nash.Dom.RF, in January, 192 building permits (RNS) were issued in Russia, a total of 2.51 million square meters – about half as much as in 2021- 2022.

It also turned out that at the beginning of 2023, Russians’ demand for housing in the primary and secondary markets Shrunk almost doubled compared to the same period before. According to the federal company Etazhi, activity on the primary market in Russia has decreased by 32% compared to December 2022, and on the secondary market by 42%.

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