Specialists from the State Real Estate Inspectorate identified and dismantled squatter buildings in a residential area in the north of Moscow. This was stated by the head of the State Inspectorate for Control over the Use of Real Estate in Moscow, which is part of the Complex of Economic Policy and Property-Land Relations of the capital, Ivan Bobrov.
An abandoned building covered in graffiti was discovered during an inspection of the site at the address: 1st Khutorskaya Street, property 16/26, building 1. The facility was located opposite a residential building in a public area.
“The site is not encumbered by land legal relations and is in city ownership. The one-story building with an area of 27 square meters was erected illegally. At the time of inspection, it was not in use and was abandoned,” said Ivan Bobrov.
The building has already been dismantled.