The Mayor of the capital, Kakha Kaladze, handed over the ownership certificates to 27 more families. Housing at a symbolic price – for one GEL, this time, was legalized for families living in the Chugureti district.
The Mayor of Tbilisi congratulated the families on the legalization of the spaces and said that the program would continue in the future.
Kaladze stated that he handed over ownership certificates to 27 families living in the Chugureti district. These are the families who, for years, lived in state-owned buildings and were unable to legalize them.
In 2017, when Kaladze ran for local government for the first time, his promise was that he would stand by all such families and help them.
When contacted with the Mayor, he said that he is very happy that this is a successful program that continues, and he will support all the families and people who are suffering from a similar problem and provide them with space. Be sure to contact your local board, which will tell you what documentation to collect. They will also help you to legalize the premises later and hand over the ownership certificates. Congratulations to these families, and I am glad to have seen so many happy people today.
From 2018 to date, housing has been legalized for up to 2,500 families. In addition, the Tbilisi City Hall has received hundreds of applications for legalization, which are being reviewed, and the space is being filled in stages.
Irakli Tavartkiladze, head of the Property Management Agency, Davit Utmelidze, governor of Chugureti district, as well as majoritarian MPs of the Parliament and Sakrebulo, were present on the spot together with the Mayor of Tbilisi.