About 150 people were resettled from emergency housing in Chukotka in 2022

TASS, March 8. About 50 families in Chukotka, about 150 people, moved from emergency housing to new apartments in 2022 thanks to state housing programs implemented in the region. This was reported to TASS in the district government.

“In 2022, 50 families, almost 150 people, moved to new apartments. All of them lived in an emergency housing stock,” the district government said.

In 2021, the authorities of the region managed to relocate 50 people living in emergency housing. In 2023, as part of the resettlement programs, it is planned to put into operation houses in the villages of Snezhnoye, Vaegi, Yanrakynnot, Sireniki, Neshkan, Uelen and Enmelen. For the most part, they will be two-story, it is planned that 125 families will come to them.

The rate of construction of new housing in Chukotka is one of the lowest in the country. This is due to the complex logistics of delivering building materials to the region.

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