Mogilevers mostly worry about prices and quality of housing constructed, the chairman of Mogilev region’s department of the State Control Committee Lilia Chigir told journalists summing up the results of the hot line dedicated to the problems in construction field, including the matters of housing construction, its quality and terms of delivery.
Some of the problems the people phoned with were solved in five minutes; others need time and amendments in legislation to be solved. For example, people can’t move into a house, because there no electricity, an elevator doesn’t work, etc. The problem that is much more difficult to deal with, is the one considering the rights of people who used to have some benefits, but lost them because of the amendments in the legislation. Now they don’t have enough money and can’t participate in housing construction.
“During a hot line we aim at thorough examination of current problems people face. Some will be solved within one or two days. But still, there is a number of problems in the field of housing construction that promote making suggestions to the government to make certain amendments.”
These are specialists in the field of housing construction, but not a building-society that must undertaken construction and solve all problems arising, Lilia Chigir considers. Thus, the problems concerning engineering, elevators, neighbourhood beautification and improvement could be avoided. Besides, construction must be undertaken on a competitive basis, and the price for a square meter must be more real, the chairman added.
Twenty-one people (out of about 3500) managed to call to the hot line and talk to the chairman of Mogilev region’s department of the State Control Committee; questions of sixteen more were made a note of.