South Ural families from Chelyabinsk, Korkino and Kopeisk will move from dilapidated buildings to new apartments. Children left without parental care will also become happy new settlers.
The houses built on 2nd Eltonskaya Street in Churilovo today, on August 8, were examined by Governor Alexei Teksler, Minister of Social Relations of the Chelyabinsk Region Irina Butorina and the head of Chelyabinsk Natalya Kotova. In the courtyard there is a playground and parking, next to a kindergarten. Over time, another preschool institution and a school will appear here.
According to the head of the region, the Churilovo microdistrict is new, it is developing rapidly, and social infrastructure is being created in parallel.
– I personally control the Housing and Urban Environment national project, as well as other projects. We have big tasks: to relocate 13.5 thousand South Urals residents from dilapidated housing by 2024. There are also 3200 children left without parental care in the queue for housing. We will settle them regularly. This is an important social task, – said Alexey Texler.
This year, 2 billion rubles have been allocated from the regional budget for the relocation of people from dilapidated houses and more than 450 million rubles from the Fund for Assistance to Housing and Utilities Reform.