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KHABAROVSK, May 5 (Itar-Tass) — Houses have begun building in the village of Tygda, Amur Region, the village’s administration reported on Saturday.
A total of 56 single-family and 15 two-family houses, as well as two two-storey houses are planning to be constructed in a very short time. Tygda residents have been given up a look at designing of new apartments in houses, which will be built at four platforms. The regional authorities say all homeless fire victims will be ensured by housing by the autumn.
A terrible fire, which raged in Tygda on April 20, destroyed 83 houses and over 40 other buildings. Three people died.
According to the regional government, a total of 107 families (287 people) have right to getting housing. “Apartments to all victims will be given in compliance with the enactments: 33 metres per a one-single family, 42 metres per a two-person family and 18 metres for each family of three or more persons.” Eight families have gotten housing certificates that will allow them to get housing independently. One of the homeless fire victims has decided to buy housing in Krasnodar Territory and another in Khabarovsk Territory.
In order to improve temporary living conditions in Tygda a total of 15 mobile two-section wheelhouses are being set up. Homeless fire victims receive free hot meal and clothes. Funding is being provided from the regional and federal budgets.