Yesterday Kyivrada Commission for Cultural Affairs adopted the draft decision on a moratorium on new construction and land allocation within the buffer zone of St. Sophia Cathedral and Kyiv Pechersk Lavra. If Kyivrada vote for him (which probably will be) will not be able to build on the Lavra, Mazeppa, Grushevskogo Vladimir Hill, Institutskaya Kreschatike and all the surrounding streets, particularly the Small Zhitomir.
Around the house № 12, 12 and 14, 14 and, it turned to scandal. All four buildings - architectural monuments, known as the manor Ukrainian artist Alexander Murashko. According to the architect Larissa Skorik, their cultural history - a great value.
"These homes are in need of restoration and can not be demolished or rebuilt." But, according to the Commissioner for Culture Alexander Brigintsa, land for historic buildings has already been sold and will soon begin construction. "The moratorium does not allow it to do" - sure Briginets. According to him, the commission had the idea to include in the document and begun construction (eg, scandalous Gonchar), but most likely, the deputies did not vote for it.