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Ukraine's Cabinet has passed a resolution to approve the list of dilapidated houses of "flexible" design in Kherson, whose residents will be relocated in new apartment at cost of the State and local budgets, the Information-Analytical Bulletin of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine informs.
According to the resolution, it is envisioned over the period from 2014 to 2020 to resettle 3,241 Kherson residents who live in 18 houses of "flexible" design whose condition has been deteriorating from year to year. To this end, during the specified period, it is envisioned to appropriate 255.2 million UAH from the State budget and 152.118 million UAH from the local treasury.
The inventory of buildings has been developed and their technical condition logged. A corresponding procedure for relocation of damaged building residents to new homes has been developed. In particular, it is envisioned to relocate 217 residents of the 80-apartment building number 11 on Builders Prospect in 2014. It is planned to appropriate 16.126 million UAH.
It has also been decided that in the event of a sudden deterioration of the houses, with a threat of collapse of the main load-bearing structures, the inhabitants of these buildings will be relocated as a priority. The money will be provided from the reserve fund of the state budget.
The situation with resettlement of the "flexible" buildings residents has been acute since October 2004, when the government started to allocate funds for maintenance of buildings, whose technical condition quickly deteriorated. However, these buildings continued to degenerate rather quickly. Thus, on Dec. 7, 2012 President Viktor Yanukovych instructed the government to ensure the implementation of measures aimed to gradually relocate the residents from dilapidated buildings of "flexible" design in Kherson.