Five new houses for Penza emergency housing residents to be put into operation ahead of schedule
Penza, 22 October 2014. PenzaNews. The enza contractor constructing multifamily low-rise buildings on Dolgorukova Street in Penza, will fulfill the obligations under the contract ahead of schedule, said Yuri Krivov, head of the city administration, during his visit to the construction site on Wednesday, October 22.
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“I am pleased that a Penza contracting company, having the obligation to put the apartment building into operation by November 30, does the work under this contract ahead of schedule, and we will be ready to relocate the people. By the end of the week we will have the first three houses signed with the state housing inspection and the residents, then two houses more, and with this the Penza company will fulfill its obligations. There is also Bashkortostan contractor left, which will to put 12 more houses in operation over the next month,” the mayor explained.
He said that up to 230 people will move in the first three houses. They are the members of a long-term target program “Resettlement of people from housing found unsuitable for living, and apartment buildings in emergency condition and subjected to demolition in Penza.”
Yuri Krivov also visited a new kindergarten for 110 children which is ready to be opened on Chaadaeva Street. It is located in a renovated social care center for families and children of Zheleznodorozhny district in Penza.
“On November 9, the contractor should complete the work,” the head of the city administration said.
He added that the new institution will admit children after November 15.
“This is a developing area. And we will certainly look for the prospects of building a new school here; as for kindergartens, we are also considering to set up another kindergarten – I am talking about the development towards the M5 [federal highway],” the mayor said.