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In Sevastopol expanded the list of measures of social support for veterans

CrimeaPRESS reports:

An additional measure of social support for certain categories of citizens will appear in Sevastopol. It concerns the provision of housing for veterans of the Great Patriotic War, residents of the besieged Sevastopol, disabled people and participants in the Great Patriotic War, family members of the dead (deceased) disabled people and participants in the war.

Now they will be able to choose on their own: to receive housing or a lump-sum cash payment for the purchase or construction of housing at the expense of the federal budget and the budget of Sevastopol. The corresponding decision was made at a meeting of the city government chaired by Governor Mikhail Razvozhaev.

It is proposed to establish a one-time cash payment (cash equivalent) to improve housing conditions for veterans of the Great Patriotic War. The amount of the payment is more than 5 million rubles and is issued if a veteran in need of better housing conditions wants to receive money instead of an apartment. This will expand the list of social support measures for veterans , — said Illarion Gapitsonov, director of the Department of Capital Construction of Sevastopol.

In connection with the amendments to the Federal Law “On Veterans”, according to which residents of the besieged Sevastopol were registered as those in need of housing, the Ministry of Construction provided an additional subvention in the amount of 87, 45 million rubles.

Today, according to the category of residents of besieged Sevastopol, there are citizens registered. In the 45 year, it is planned to provide people with housing — 37,9 million at the expense of subvention funds and 15,9 million from the budget, — said Illarion Gapitsonov.

Also, the head of the department presented to the members of the government a draft law “On affordable housing in the city of Sevastopol”. The document introduces the concept of «affordable housing» — comfortable living quarters in an apartment building with a fine finish. The marginal cost per square meter of such housing cannot be higher than the average market value per square meter of the total area of ​​a dwelling in Sevastopol. This indicator is approved by the Ministry of Construction of Russia for a certain period.

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The following categories of citizens will have the right to purchase affordable housing in accordance with the draft law:

— registered as needing residential premises;

— orphans and children left without parental care;

— young professionals aged no more than 35 years, who are employees of the sphere of education, healthcare, sports, culture, state and municipal employees;

— owners of apartments in emergency houses;

— large families;

— families with a child, if the age of each of the spouses does not exceed 35 years;

— recipients of maternity capital who will use it to improve their living conditions;

— employees of state organizations and institutions with at least 5 years of work experience in these organizations;

— state and municipal employees with at least 5 years of service.

The draft law also establishes such restrictions as the residency requirement for certain categories of citizens, the absence of deterioration in housing conditions, the available area of ​​housing owned or under a social contract, the amount of total income per family member , — said Illarion Gapitsonov.

According to him, these restrictions will provide support to citizens who really need to improve their living conditions, as well as attract young professionals to the industries necessary for the development of the city.

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