A children's playground in the yard of an apartment block in Peter I Avenue in Makhachkala where the  developer is planning to build a multi-storey building. Screenshot of a video posted on Telegram

21 October 2022, 18:09

Makhachkala residents bespeak authorities' support in their dispute with developer

Residents of several apartment blocks in Makhachkala have recorded a video appeal to authorities asking them not to allow building another multi-storey building in their yard. The Mayoralty has assured that they will defend tenants' rights in court.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that the residents of the houses in Peter I Avenue have protested against plans to build another multi-storey building in the yard. In 2017, the prosecutor's office sided with them in their dispute with the developer.

In October, the residents of Makhachkala, who live along Peter I Avenue, were worried by the developer's lawsuit, who challenged the court's ban on the construction in that place. According one of the tenants, the developer is trying to appeal against the court's decision.

"Where can we walk with our children, and resolve our issues? We have no efforts and means to sue him again; earlier we raised money ourselves to hire an advocate," the man said.

Residents of the micro-district said they were unpleasantly surprised by the prospects for a new litigation.

"We've won the case, but the developer wouldn't calm down," said Olga, a tenant of one of the houses.

This article was originally published on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on October 21, 2022 at 10:11 am MSK. To access the full text of the article, click here.

Author: Oleg Ionov Source: СK correspondent

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