Central grocery decided to restore.
Kyiv authorities finally decided to restore the building of the Central Department store on Khreshchatyk St., 40/1, which burned down in June last year – his promise to restore in its original form.
After the fire 100-year-old building was almost completely destroyed: the roof of the building collapsed. Burned house was covered with the banner, and a representative of the owner of the house assured that the monument will be reinstated. A year has passed, but work on its restoration or conservation is not held. In August this year during a thunderstorm, strong wind knocked down the fence around the house, tore down the banner and partially destroyed the already emergency facade. More months are needed for the workers to install a new fence, and the facade to strengthen the metal frame again and hide it behind the banner.
As told in the city hall, the city repeatedly issued to the owner of the various regulations: to conclude the security agreements, to restore the buildings and to restore the house. The last order was issued after the building suffered damage during bad weather.
“In the order it was stated that safety and conservation work at the facility should be carried out immediately. Otherwise, the city will begin to sue the facility,” – said the Director of the Department of cultural heritage protection of Kyiv city state administration Oleksandr Nikora.
After that, the representative of the owner of the building said they turned to one of the architectural workshops that developed the project of restoration of the building.
“In the near future, we promise to provide a project work on the subject. The construction of the cover, so it is not destroyed. We will discuss the draft for a few days, shall approve and issue a permit for the work. The next step – the restoration project. All terms will be spelled out. Will be carried out technical supervision,” says Nikora.
However, when it will start to save Central grocery is still unknown.
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