Kyiv’s government has plan to modernize or rebuild Khrushchev buildings until 2040

Source : 112 Ukraine

Residents for construction period will be resettled, and subsequently - to give them apartments in new buildings
18:45, 16 December 2019

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Kyiv’s governments presented a draft new general plan of the capital, according to which five-story houses of the 1960-1990s are planned to be modernized or rebuilt until 2040. Serhiy Bornevitsky, the head of the communal organization Institute of the General Plan of Kiev, during the international forum "The Future of Kiev" said this, Hromadske reported.

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As Bornevitsky noted, about 1.5 thousand hectares of the territory are occupied by the so-called “Khrushchevky” who have exhausted their resources or are on the verge of exhaustion.

“The resettlement methodology is very simple: either renovation, reconstruction and warming of buildings with a superstructure of one or two floors. Or resettlement of residents, demolition of buildings and in their place of construction in the same microdistrict of high-rise buildings. Residents of Khrushchevka will be given new apartments with a large coefficient, for example, area," - he said.

Bonevitsky also stressed that for such a project it is necessary to change the legislation. Indeed, in order to build a new house on the site of the Khrushchevka according to the described scenario, the investor needs the permission of all the residents, which is almost impossible.

"In particular, there are economic obstacles: it is not profitable for investors to rebuild the Khrushchev buildings, as long as there are vacant land plots in Kyiv," - the head of the communal organization said.

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