It became known how many years it will take to resettle communal apartments
Deputy Boris Vishnevsky received a response from the Housing Committee to a request for the rate of resettlement of St. Petersburg apartments.
It turned out that over ten years resettled about 47,000 communal apartments. 70,000 apartments have yet to be liquidated, of which 3,300 this year. It turns out that the resettlement of the remaining communal apartments will require a minimum of 25 years. At present, 106,000 families have improved housing conditions; 229,000 families still live in communal apartments.
Last year, St. Petersburg deputies approved a law prohibiting smoking in public places in communal apartments and dormitories. Cigarette lovers will now face fines.