Gazprom has changed the place of registration of its head office that was previously in Moscow on Nametkina Street. Now the PJSC Gazprom is registered in St. Petersburg in the building of the Lakhta Centre at Lakhtinsky Prospekt, 2, Site 3, Building 1, RBC reports. The company officially announced the change of address on its
Most often, Muscovites, Petersburgers, and Kazan residents want their children to stay in their hometown after graduation. The residents of Volgograd want this least of all. Such data was received by the specialists of the SuperJob job search service. The majority of Muscovites (74 per cent) wish their children to stay in their city after
Specialists of the Rabota.ru job search service conducted a study and found out which cities most of all attract Russian residents and where they would like to move (multiple choice). According to the results of the study, 51 per cent of the surveyed are currently not ready to move to any other city at all.
Experts from the Chelyabinsk Statistics Service (Chelyabinskstat) analyzed statistical data on resettlement from the Chelyabinsk region and found out that almost 12 thousand people arrived in the South Urals, and about 10 thousand left it. The main inflow and outflow are associated with the CIS countries, and a small share falls on the far abroad,
Moscow citizens moving under the renovation programme can order free assistance from loaders in the online format, according to the official website of the city mayor. Muscovites who are moving to a new house under the renovation programme can now order free assistance when moving not only by personally contacting the resettlement information centre but
The Rabota.ru job search service analyzed more than 300,000 CVs published in 2020 and found out how the number of applicants ready to move to another city for work has changed. It is noted that 11 per cent of job seekers indicated their readiness to work in another city, while in the first quarter of
About 8,000 Moscow families have received new housing for renovation since the start of the government programme, the official website of the Moscow Mayor reports with reference to the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov. “Since the beginning of 2020, thanks to the renovation programme, 2,581 families
Residents of Moscow can find out what documents are required for relocation and how to buy a new flat using the “Moving Under the Renovation Programme” service, which was launched in November 2019. The service provides step-by-step instructions for those who would like to change their place of residence for the better one, Moscow Mayor’s