Shopping center “Pyramid” in Moscow completely dismantled by the weekend

Shopping center “Pyramid” in Moscow completely dismantled by the weekend


MOSCOW, February 24. The dismantling of trade pavilion “Pyramid” in the center of Moscow near the metro station “Pushkinskaya” and “Tverskaya” will be fully completed by this weekend (27-28 February). About this informed the head of the Department of trade and services of Moscow Alexey ameryk.

“After two or three days, the dismantling will be completed by this weekend the site where stood the pavilion, will be asphalted,” he said.

Earlier Mr nemeryuk noted that in place of the demolished pavilions in Moscow, recognized as unauthorized construction, does not appear new commercial facilities. “In these territories will be broken or squares, or parks, or lawns, will be public space,” he said.

The demolition of the shopping center “Pyramid” began in Moscow on 21 February, the owner decided to dismantle the building by themselves.

Large-scale demolition of the retail pavilions that the city authorities have recognized the squatter, began in Moscow on the night of 9 February. Then was initiated the dismantling of the 97 objects, and all are to be demolished 103. To complete the works authorities plan by the beginning of March.

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As reported earlier, first Deputy head state inspection for control over use of objects of real estate of Moscow Timur Zeldich, these objects are recognized as illegally constructed on several grounds: “Land plots for capital construction of the city did not allocate the permission for the construction of capital facilities and the acts of commissioning of objects of capital construction, were not issued”.

For their part, the owners of buildings believe in the illegality of the demolition. Entrepreneurs claim that had the ownership of commercial properties and all the permits, confirmed the decisions of the courts.

According to all-Russian center for public opinion research (VTSIOM), two-thirds (63%) of Moscow residents support the demolition of illegally built outlets in city.