Having heard the reports of relevant ministries and a number of akims, Sagintayev noted that in the first 9 months 2018, there was an increase in all key areas of the Nurly Zher state program. At the same time, the Prime Minister drew the attention of the Government members to several important aspects.
First, the use of funds allocated for the implementation of the State Program. According to the Ministry for Investments and Development, in a number of regions, according to 9 months results, there was a decrease in the rate of disbursement of funds to the indicators of 2017 and planned values.
Considering the high level of housing construction set last year, when a record 11.2 million m² of housing was commissioned, the Prime Minister recalled that this year’s volume was 12.1 million m².
In this regard, the regional akims were instructed to take all necessary measures to ensure the planned volumes of housing commissioning, as well as the effective utilization of the allocated funds.
Second — the connection of engineering communications to the building sites of both multi-unit and individual construction. For these purposes, almost half of all budget funds allocated in the current year for the implementation of the State Program are provided. At the same time, Sagintayev noted that in a number of regions there are facts when already built houses were not handed over due to the lack of necessary infrastructure.
For individual housing, over 40 thousand land plots should be provided with networks in 2018. However, in 9 months only 40% was provided. Thus, regional akims were instructed to take the matter under control and ensure the execution of instructions in the next two months.
Particular attention was paid to the task set by the Head of State in the Message to the People of Kazakhstan on the development in 2019 of the new Nurly Zher State Program, taking into account aspects of regional development and the inclusion of new directions. The Ministry of Investment and Development of Kazakhstan is charged with the process of developing a new state program to take into account all aspects of housing and housing and communal services, as well as to supplement it with new directions.