From July 17 to July 18, a seminar -meeting “Complex development – the most important task of housing policy” was held in the city of Yeisk of the Krasnodar Territory
The seminar was attended by representatives of the regional and municipal authorities, as well as the heads of enterprises of the construction complex of the Krasnodar Territory. The moderator was the head of the construction department Viktor Abulgafarov.
Within the framework of a two -day seminar, issues of introducing energy -efficient and rapidly far -developed technologies for construction and transition from “point” development to a comprehensive development of the territory were discussed. According to Viktor Abulgafarov, according to the results of 2007. Krasnodar Territory takes 3rd place among the constituent entities of the Russian Federation in terms of housing input, 70% of which is low -rise housing. This is facilitated, first of all, the resolutions adopted by the head of the Krasnodar Territory aimed at reducing administrative barriers when developers preparing land plots from the point of view of urban planning documentation and summarizing engineering communications, submission to the Department of Construction of proposals for the allocation of land for the construction of social, affordable housing, jointly With the Department of the Fuel and Energy Complex of the Krasnodar Territory, the adoption of measures in order to guaranteed providing electricity to capital construction projects and others. One of the main performances at the seminar was the report of the Executive Director of the National Agency of Low -rise and Cottage Construction of Ruslan Vishnevsky, who noted the contribution of the administration of the region and municipalities to the development of infrastructure: roads, communications, alternative sources of energy supply. For example, in Yeysk at the end of 2008. They plan to start a project that has not yet been analogues in Russia – the installation of 25 wind electroegenerators. The total power of the wind farm will be 50 MW per hour. The energy received in this way is enough to satisfy a third of the needs of the Yusk urban economy. Ruslan Olegovich also focused on the need to industrialize low -rise construction.