The Ministry of Construction of the RT: It is planned to determine the objects of improvement under the program “Our Yard” within a month

9 October 2019, Wednesday

The implementation of the republican program should begin in 2020. In Tatarstan, within a month it is planned to determine the number of yards for improvement next year. This was announced today at a meeting of the RT State Council Committee on Housing Policy and Infrastructure Development by the Deputy Minister of Construction, Architecture and Housing of the RT Ilshat Gimaev. According to the deputy minister, the “Our Yard” program for 2020 is being formed. “In fact, within a month a clear number of yards for 2020 will be determined. That is, the whole array of work that needs to be done first. For example, the worse courtyards, where the most broken roads. There should be no problems with the program because the sources of financing have been identified,” - he added. Secretary of the State Council of the Republic of Tatarstan Lilia Mavrina stressed that residents are waiting for the implementation of the program for the improvement of yards. “You know how many meetings we had, people ask,” - she said. “I want to offer to synchronize the program for infrastructure networks, for the repair of facades, for the major overhaul of houses, to enter the courtyard and immediately complete the work.”

Earlier, Tatar-inform reported that the deputies of the State Council of the fifth convocation, members of the United Russia faction, at a parliamentary meeting in April, took the initiative to develop a new republican program for updating the yard territories - "Our Yard". The reason was the appeals of residents, as well as issues raised during regular meetings of United Russia deputies with the population. It is expected that under the republican program, repair and improvement of the courtyard spaces of apartment buildings in all regions and cities of Tatarstan will take place over three years. 50 billion rubles will be allocated for the implementation of the program. Its implementation will begin in 2020.

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