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Reconstruction of houses in Kyiv: important details about the demolition of Khrushchev

Реконструкция домов в Киеве: важные подробности о сносе хрущевок In the first stage of reconstruction of the living quarters in Kiev plan to demolish more than 200 thousand apartments.

Kiev authorities reported that the city has more than 3,000 obsolete buildings that are planning to demolish.

“By 2025, the city authorities plan to decommission over 2800000 square meters of old housing, thus to upgrade the housing stock and to get rid of damaged buildings”, – stated in the message.

It is noted that in place of hruschovok that can no longer operate would be to build a new multistory building, which will have two sections. But at the time of construction the residents of the houses will have to move to new buildings with the same area of the residence, which was in the apartment before.

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It is known that residents do not have the right to refuse the provided housing. According to the KSCA, in the capital plan to carry 211 512 apartments, 90% of them are 5-story “Khrushchev”.

The city authorities promise that if this project is successful, then the process is a comprehensive reconstruction of blocks will be implemented throughout the city. In addition, all permits for conducting of works is already finished and the program is ready for implementation.

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We will remind, earlier it was reported that the reconstruction will start with Forest, in the Dneprovsky district of the capital. Stated that this year ends the service life built in 1957 Khrushchev and they become unfit and unsafe for living.

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