In Tatarstan, 2 programs have been fully implemented with a funding limit of almost 50 million rubles. These are programs for the overhaul of institutions subordinate to the Veterinary Directorate and the buildings of the Agriculture and Food Directorates. Such data were announced today at a meeting in the Government House of the Republic of Tatarstan by the Minister of Construction, Architecture, Housing and Communal Services of the Republic of Tatarstan Marat Aizatullin. Marat Aizatullin said that today 26 programs are in the works, the total implementation volume is 40%. The most ambitious among them is the program for the renovation of educational institutions. For its implementation, 2 billion rubles are allocated from the budget of the republic. 213 objects will be renovated. The overall implementation of the program is 47%. 49 kindergartens will be repaired for an overhaul of preschool institutions. At 28 sites, 53% of the work was completed. Six kindergartens have been completed, 22 are in work for contractors. The repair program in the part of general education organizations includes 23 schools, of which 7 have been completed. The remaining 16 are still in the works. In total, the volume of work under the program is 65% closed. Measures for the overhaul of correctional schools have been completed by 45%. The contractors have graduated from two educational institutions. Work on 5 schools is underway. Under the program of a major overhaul of dormitories buildings of institutions of secondary vocational education, the implementation of work on 3 out of 5 objects is 96%. Repairs completed at 1 facility. Under the program of an overhaul of resource centers, work has approached the equator - at 5 objects, construction and installation work is 51%. More than half the scope of work envisaged by the program for overhauling teenage clubs has been closed.
Medical workers received today the keys to new apartments in a 198-apartment residential building on Orenburgsky tract in Kazan. The new residential building has 18 residential floors, two entrances, the total area of apartments is about 10 thousand square meters (of which 90 are one-room, 36 are two-room and 72 are three-room). The object was built at the expense of investments of the State Housing Fund under the President of the Republic of Tatarstan within the framework of the national project "Housing and Urban Environment", initiated by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin. All apartments are fully finished, equipped with plumbing fixtures, electric stoves, smoke detectors with a detector, water and electricity meters, heat regulators and an automatic remote data reading system. The new settlers in the house were medical workers of the Republican Clinical Hospital, the Children's Republican Clinical Hospital and the Interregional Clinical and Diagnostic Center of Kazan. Recall that a multi-apartment residential building for medical workers was erected directly on the territory of the Republican Clinical Hospital.
The Center for Pediatric Oncology, Hematology and Surgery of GAUZ “Children's Republican Clinical Hospital of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Tatarstan was solemnly opened today. The event was attended by the President of the Republic of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov, Deputy Minister of Health of Russia Oleg Gridnev, Minister of Construction, Architecture, Housing and Communal Services of Tatarstan Marat Aizatullin, the leadership of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Tatarstan and the children's republican clinical hospital, the Center for Pediatric Oncology, Hematology and Surgery on the basis of the Children's republican clinical hospital built within the framework of the national project "Healthcare" and the regional project "Development of children's health care in the Republic of Tatarstan". Children's republican clinical hospital is the only clinic in the republic of the third level, where the entire child population of the Republic of Tatarstan (almost 844 thousand people) is served. The center is designed for 100 beds, located on 6 floors plus a basement (25 beds each - 2 departments of oncology; 20 beds - department of hematology and immunology; 7 beds for bone marrow and stem cell transplantation procedures; 7 intensive care beds; 16 beds - day hospital; laboratory complex (clinical, biochemical, immunological laboratories, hemostasis laboratory, cytogenetic, molecular genetic laboratories); blood transfusion department; radiology department (roentgenology, X-ray CT, MRI). 2 billion 204.5 million rubles were allocated for construction, of which 1 billion 184 million rubles - funds from the federal budget, about 1 billion rubles - funds from the budget of the Republic of Tatarstan.
The day before, in Yelabuga, was held a joint visiting session of the Republican and Regional Commissions on assistance in informing and implementing national projects. The head of the district Rustem Nuriyev and the deputy chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Tatarstan Tatyana Larionova, accompanied by the guests, visited the district treatment facilities, where the second stage of reconstruction was completed. It is being conducted within the framework of the Volga Rehabilitation federal project. The implementation of the project will allow to bring the sewage of the city of Yelabuga and SEZ residents to the required indicators and, as a result, reduce the negative impact on the water condition in the Kama and Volga rivers. The event was also attended by Deputy Minister of Construction, Architecture, Housing and Communal Services of the Republic of Tatarstan Ildus Nasyrov. Another point of the visit was the Garden at the House square. It was built according to the federal project "Formation of a comfortable urban environment". This year, the improvement of the Georgievsky Park is underway in Yelabuga. Today the construction of the "Center for Cultural Development" is underway. It is located in a new neighborhood with a large number of young people and children and will provide conditions for their musical and artistic development. Within the framework of the federal project "Digital Culture", a Virtual Concert Hall was equipped in the amount of 300 thousand rubles, the Digital Hall in the "Illusion" Cinema was modernized in the amount of 5 million rubles.
Kazan DSK (GC "Ak Bars Dom") was included in the top 15 enterprises according to the results of the final selection of the team of future corporate centers of advanced training (CCAT), organized by the Agency for the Development of Professional Skills (WorldSkills Russia) with the participation of the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia and ANO «NTI Platform». As part of the program, the Kazan DSK team will develop corporate standards for key professions in production for the implementation of educational programs and training of specialists. Thanks to the creation of the Corporate Center for Advanced Training, the company will develop its specialists based on the best world practices of the WorldSkills movement.
Tatarstan wants to build 30 million square meters of housing by 2030. The authorities are betting on the development of three agglomerations. Developers note: in addition to housing, it is necessary to build commercial premises in order to resolve the issue of pendulum migration As the Deputy Minister of Construction, Architecture, Housing and Communal Services of the Republic of Tatarstan Ilshat Gimaev told reporters, by 2030 in Tatarstan it is planned to increase the volume of housing commissioned annually by 1 million square meters - up to 3.6 million. Over 10 years, the region needs to build about 30 million square meters of housing. One of the growth points of the authorities of the Republic of Tatarstan is seen in the development of agglomerations around the major cities of the republic - Kazan, Naberezhnye Chelny and Almetyevsk. “Agglomeration processes play a key role. Using the example of Kazan agglomeration, the Ministry of Construction of the Republic of Tatarstan began to form an integrated approach to solving urban planning, transport, infrastructure issues, ensuring the creation of places of employment, which is important for solving the problem of commuting. In the future, the experience of the development of the Kazan agglomeration will be extended to the Chelny and Almetyevsk agglomerations. It is planned to create three of them in Tatarstan, and they will cover almost all regions of the republic,” - Gimaev said. According to him, the share of the Kazan agglomeration accounts for 58% or more than 1.5 million square meters of housing being built in the region. For its further development, it is planned to use the territory of "Laishevsky knot" and "Bolshoy Zelenodolsk". Now they are developing projects for the planning of territories, rules for land use and development, and so on.
Deputy Minister of Construction of the Republic of Tatarstan Ilshat Gimaev said that it is planned to use public-private partnership, investor money, federal co-financing, for example, within the framework of the programs of the Ministry of Construction of the Russian Federation "Housing" and "Stimul" lines of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation. Infrastructure loans can be another source of financing. The amount of the loan that Tatarstan can take for the integrated development of territories and the development of agglomerations is currently unknown. “Today the regions are offered to take loans at 3% for 15 years. Tatarstan, I think, will also take advantage of this. The region itself takes a loan and invests it in infrastructure projects: kindergartens, schools, roads,” - Gimaev said. According to Gimaev, if a new heating pipeline with a length of about 70 km is built, then there will be an opportunity for the construction of 2.5 million square meters in the Volga and Soviet regions. The Stolbishchensky water intake and sewerage collector in the Laishevsky junction will open up prospects for the construction of 4 million square meters of housing.
Today, within the framework of a working trip to Innopolis, President of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov took part in the ceremony of laying the first stone in the foundation of a new residential microdistrict "U-1". The event was also attended by the Prime Minister of Tatarstan Alexey Pesoshin, General Director of Innopolis 2024 (project investor) Nikolai Nikiforov, Deputy Prime Minister of Tatarstan Roman Shaikhutdinov, Minister of Construction, Architecture, Housing and Communal Services of Tatarstan Marat Aizatullin and others. It is planned to build more than 250 thousand square meters of housing in the U-1 microdistrict - this is more than 3 thousand apartments of mid-rise buildings, 55 comfort class rental houses with land plots, as well as comfortable coliving for 975 residential cells. The implementation of this project will provide comfortable housing for more than 8.5 thousand new residents of Innopolis. A comprehensive school and an art school, kindergartens, coworking spaces, shops, cafes and event halls will be built in the new microdistrict. SEZ "Innopolis" will provide the territory with heat, electricity, water and a sewerage system. Then Rustam Minnikhanov and Nikolai Nikiforov laid symbolic stones in the silhouette of buildings for future development.
The introduction of advanced technologies and the establishment of restrictions on the use of outdated technologies in design and construction is a priority area of work of the Ministry of Construction of Russia within the framework of the national project "Housing and Urban Environment". This goal is achieved by updating existing and developing new codes and standards in the field of construction. “In June 2021, 30 new and updated sets of rules, approved by the Ministry of Construction of Russia at the end of 2020, come into force. Another 24 documents come into force on July 1. Such a large-scale update of standardization documents makes it possible to timely introduce new technologies into the existing regulatory framework and reduce the need for the annual development of about 500 special technical conditions,” - said Irek Fayzullin, Minister of Construction, Housing and Utilities of the Russian Federation. The changes relate to building structures and materials, construction and design processes, transport infrastructure facilities, engineering systems, hospitals, hotels, hostels, animal shelters, high-rise buildings, wooden housing construction, the oil and gas industry and other significant objects, and regulatory processes of the construction industry.
In the Republic of Tatarstan, the housing commissioning plan has been fulfilled by 46%. Such data were presented today at a meeting at the Government House of the Republic of Tatarstan by the Minister of Construction, Architecture, Housing and Communal Services of the Republic of Tatarstan Marat Aizatullin. So, today, 1,224.6 thousand square meters of housing have been commissioned in the republic (108.2% to the level of last year - 1,131.2 thousand square meters). “If we compare with the same period of last year, we are going with a noticeable advance,” - the minister said. The plan for the commissioning of housing for 2021 is 2 million 670 thousand square meters. Of this volume, 1 million 265 thousand meters, or 164 apartment buildings, are commercial buildings. Of these, 63 objects with an area of 357 thousand square meters have been built. In relative terms, this is 28% of the plan (Almetyevsk - 3, Verkhniy Uslon - 3, Vysokaya Gora - 3, Elabuga - 1, Zelenodolsk - 2, Laishevo - 1, Naberezhnye Chelny - 17, Pestretsy - 25, Kazan - 8). The readiness of the remaining objects is as follows: 52 houses are in a high stage of readiness, the degree of readiness of 32 objects is characterized as average (30% -70%); less than a third of 17 houses are ready (0% -30%). Social mortgages account for about 10% of the annual housing construction plan: these are 161 houses with 280 thousand square meters of total area. At the same time, 70 houses, or 88 thousand square meters, are already ready (1,583 apartments), which is 31.7% of the plan. In a high degree of readiness (70% and more) there are 50 community houses (with an area of 68.0 thousand sq. m). In terms of individual residential development, the plan was 69% fulfilled: 5 thousand 764 houses were commissioned; the plan is 8,330 individual houses.