The last stage of construction of a residential neighborhood with earthquake-resistant houses has been completed in the city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky situated in the Russian Far East, the press office of the regional government told reporters.
At present, four new houses have been commissioned and, in the near future, more than 300 families will move into there.
“This is a very long-awaited gift both for the residents and for the city. To complete the construction, we had to allocate from the regional budget about 200 million rubles. The facilities are one hundred percent finished, but some time is still required to transfer this housing to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky,” the press office cites the Governor of the Kamchatskiy region, Vladimir Ilyukhin.
New houses are built in the framework of the federal targeted program “Improving the sustainability of residential houses of the main objects and life support systems in seismic regions of the Russian Federation for 2009-2018 years”.