Posted 21 сентября 2020,, 12:08
Published 21 сентября 2020,, 12:08
Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:38
Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:38
Information about the salaries of Moscow resonators should not have caught the eye of Muscovites. Although it is published on the official website of the mayor's office MOS.RU and is formally considered open, it is hidden so far that not everyone will find it among a heap of toxic info-garbage about the prosperity and victories of the native government. Moscow City Duma deputy Dmitry Loktev succeeded. The shocking "payroll" has been saved on his Facebook page and will not go anywhere now.
So, what kind of budget structures are subordinate to the Moskomarkhitektura and how many taxes do Muscovites spend on food.
GAU Institute of the General Plan of Moscow. (The oldest institute of the city, for more than 65 years it has been engaged in general planning of territories and all the most important objects being built in the capital). General Director Tatiana Nikolayevna Guk . In 2019, her salary was 1 million 85 thousand rubles a month. (More than 13 million per year). The first two deputy directors received 730 682 and 659 422 rubles each month. There are 11 deputies in total, their salaries are also not feeble - from 452 thousand to 550 thousand rubles. One of them, in addition to the main position, also manages the transport and engineering center. For this he is entitled to 1,635,020 rubles and 15 kopecks. The Institute's accountant services are estimated at 507,247 rubles.
The State Institution GBU Glav APU (Main Architectural and Planning Directorate of Moskomarkhitektura (Moscow City Architecture Committee). Its tasks include urban planning, including territorial planning and urban planning zoning). General Director Chumachkov Vasily Dmitrievich. Until May 19, 2019, he was acting director and received 982,492 rubles a month. After the prefix and .about. was canceled, the salary increased to 1,071,865 rubles. First deputy - one, with a salary of 788 396 rubles. Six simple deputies with a salary of 643,092 to 79,487 rubles. Accountant - 725 593re.
The State Institution GBU Mosgortrest (controlled by the Moscow Committee for Architecture and Construction, provides the city with up-to-date spatial data, geodetic and cartographic information for the development of project documentation). The manager is Alexander Yurievich Serov with a monthly salary of 1,177,870 rubles. Six deputies, their work is paid the same - 907,700 rubles each. The highest paid accountant in Mosgortrest is Novakovsky Eduard Gennadievich. Has a salary of 836,759 rubles.
The State Autonomous Agency GAU "NI and PI Gradplan of the City of Moscow" (Develops urban planning documentation for the planning of territories, performs a preliminary assessment of their urban planning potential, develops plans for the implementation of territorial planning projects, including an assessment of the commercial, budgetary and socio-economic efficiency of the implementation of urban development measures). The youngest structure in the Moskomarkhitektura (Moscow City Architecture Committee), created by Sobyanin in 2013, in spite of, as they wrote at the time, "Luzhkovshchina" (under mayor Yuri Luzhkov) - the urban planning policy that the former mayor adhered to. They also wrote that the director of the Gradplan Sattarova Dina Ilinichna was educated at several universities in Europe and is almost a protégé of Bill Gates. A highly educated specialist, Muscovites "put" a salary of 1,232,484 rubles a month (do not mix it up, this is not a year. For a year, a girl is paid 14,790,000, and this seems to be without bonuses and payments for the special nature of work that all high-ranking officials receive ). Two of her deputies are paid RUB 731,485 and RUB 748,968. Deputy for financial work at a rate of 557,925 rubles.
“I'm in shock”, write almost all FB users who have managed to familiarize themselves with the amazing salaries of the renovators. And you like it or not, but many come to the conclusion: if highly paid mercenaries are assigned to the consolidation of the capital, then what kind of a favorable urban environment can you dream of? The inhabitants of the capital will receive exactly what they already have - prohibitively tall, somehow cobbled together human beings without courtyards and greenery, destroyed microdistricts and thoughtlessly planned new urban groups that look like anything but the beloved capital. And the most offensive thing is that all this was paid for from the own pocket of the townspeople, whom no one asked - are they ready to pay for such expensive services of unknown people?
For comparison: the average monthly salary of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin in 2019 amounted to 720 thousand 700 rubles, and for the year he earned 8 million 648 thousand 353 rubles.
Dmitry LOKTEV, Deputy of the Moscow City Duma - "Novy Izvestia":
- Renovation instead of the promised benefit is becoming a source of social tension in Moscow. And a huge role in this is played by the activities of those who set the tone in urban planning policy. And this is the Moskomarkhitektura (Moscow City Architecture Committee) and its subordinate institutions.
For many Muscovites, these names will mean little, so I will explain in detail. Moskomarkhitektura is the main organization that oversees all global projects in Moscow, such as, for example, the renovation and reorganization of industrial zones. Moskomarkhitektura (Moscow City Architecture Committee) also develops projects related to transport, both with classical and with such modes of transport as, for example, cable cars. The Moskomarkhitektura subordinates to such design institutes as "General Plan", "GlavAPU" and the youngest institute "Gradplan". Moreover, from our point of view, the functions of these institutions are duplicated. So, "Gradplan" was created several years ago, when from the "General plan" actually took part of the people and organized a new institute. Chairman of Moskomarkhitektura Yuliana Knyazhevskaya, as far as I know, more than once spoke very warmly about Gradplan as her favorite brainchild.
Now let's go directly to the renovation. As you know, at the start of the program, representatives of the Moscow Committee for Architecture and Architecture spoke about attracting leading architects to the development of projects. A competition was held. What's the result? None of the competition projects were implemented. And, meanwhile, more than 180 million budget rubles were spent to support this competition.
Who eventually began to make renovation projects? And they just began to be made by the aforementioned institutes - "General Plan", "Gradplan" and "Glav APU". And they began to do it extremely hard. The number of storeys of projects skyrocketed. Instead of the promised 6, maximum 14 floors, Muscovites receive high-rise buildings of 25 floors and even higher. The building density reaches 90 thousand square meters per hectare, which is the density of high-rise buildings in New York. Where, by the way, there is a very high mortality rate from the coronavirus epidemic. And experts associate the density of buildings and the resulting overpopulation with the speed of the spread of the epidemic.
That is, in my opinion, Moskomarkhitektura (Moscow City Architecture Committee) is laying an epidemiological bomb with its projects and destroying a comfortable living environment in Moscow, because problems will inevitably arise both with the overload of networks (sewage, water supply, heating) and with transport. Roughly speaking, by ramming the districts with super-dense buildings, overpopulating them, we will get a collapse on the roads, since the capital's road network simply cannot cope with the increased traffic flow. Why is this not understood in the Moscow City Architecture Committee?
Here, in my opinion, a lot depends on the personnel policy. In the institutions under our jurisdiction, we see a huge number of people not from Moscow. If these were excellent specialists, then this would certainly not raise questions. But, alas, the reality is different. Among the ordinary employees of "podvodov" people often work without experience and appropriate education. But this problem also applies to the leadership. So, "GlavAPu" is headed by Chumachkov Dmitry Vasilievich. As far as I know, he was a deputy of the Duma of Stavropol, headed the "Regional Technical Inventory". He has a law degree. But GlavAPU is the Main Architectural and Planning Department. It should be led by a specialized specialist with an architectural education. Although what to talk about, even if the Moscow Committee for Architecture is headed by Knyazhevskaya - a lawyer who does not have a higher architectural education and has not worked as an architect for a single day. How can such people understand the subject? How can they make competent urban planning decisions?
Such leaders, from my point of view, and according to the information I regularly receive from inside the Moscow Committee for Architecture and Construction, sometimes cannot even issue a competent technical assignment for design.
But now I would like to touch upon the salaries of the employees of the General Plan, Gradplan and GlavAPU. What conclusion can we draw? It seems that the goal and task of the renovation program carried out by the Moscow Committee for Architecture and Construction and "summaries" is not to improve the life of Muscovites, not to create a comfortable urban environment, but to improve their lives at the expense of budget funds.
Already now, the mayor of Moscow, Sergei Semenovich Sobyanin, is announcing that a critical situation is emerging for the next year with a lack of budget funds. Now there is an optimization of all directions, incl. and medicine. Particularly acute is the issue of adopting the budget for the next year, in which all unnecessary structures must be optimized and further scattering of money is impossible.
I would like to remind you that 2 billion rubles are allocated annually for the operation of the Renovation Fund, while there is another structure that performs similar functions - the state-owned enterprise UGS (Civil Construction Department).
At the same time, we understand that the urban planning complex of the city of Moscow is overloaded with various structures that are ruining. At the moment, the time has come for an administrative reform to optimize costs. It is necessary to combine all three subordinate institutes into one, selecting there specialized highly qualified specialists, return the functions of the DGP to the Moskomarkhitektura and carry out reforms in order to optimize the administrative apparatus.
It is necessary to abolish and optimize the Department of Urban Development Policy, the Moscow Committee for Architecture and the subordinate institutions. This must be done now, for the benefit of Muscovites and for the development of the city.