Since 2008, about 1.1 million people out of 17 million square meters of emergency housing have been resettled around Russia. This was told by the Housing and Utilities Fund official Gennady Adamovich, TASS reports.
“Since 2008, with the financial support provided by the Housing and Utilities Fund, as well as attracting funds from regional and local budgets, people from more than 17 million square meters of emergency housing have been resettled,” Adamovich said.
He added that the Fund received 33 thousand complaints from citizens regarding resettlement from emergency housing in 2019. As part of the national project “Housing and Urban Environment”, in 2019–2024 it is planned to resettle 530 thousand people into new housing.