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What is the compensation standard for rural house demolition this year? Can I get compensation witho

With the development of the times and economy, the construction and development of cities are getting better and better, while the construction of rural areas remains to be developed. The state attaches great importance to rural development, and many rural demolition, transformation and construction are under way. Recently, it is reported that the new regulations on rural housing demolition have come out. So you must be very concerned about the compensation standard for rural demolition in 2019. The small edition of this article brings you the contents of the new provisions on demolition subsidies in 2019. Let's have a look.

Compensation standard for rural house demolition

(1) The compensation for rural thatched houses is 1900 yuan / m2. (2) The compensation for brick houses is 2400 yuan / m2. (3) The compensation for brick concrete structure houses is 2800 yuan / m2. (4) The compensation for buildings with two floors and above is 3300 yuan / m2, and equivalent compensation for house accessories, etc. (5) Compensation of 20000 yuan per household for relocation.

Homestead compensation mainly includes: land compensation fee, resettlement fee, aboveground accessories and young crops fee. Land compensation and resettlement fees will be up to 30 times the average annual output value of the previous three years; The appurtenances shall be given equivalent compensation, and the seedling fee shall be priced according to the type of crops. For cultivated land requisition, the types of compensation are as follows. The land compensation cost is 6 to 10 times of the average annual output value of the previous three years.

Rural unlicensed houses can also get compensation

(1) The houses built in the 1950s and 1960s can be compensated without real estate certificate. (2) In the process of implementing the urban-rural integration construction planning policy, your house belongs to the planning area, but those that happen to belong to undocumented houses are compensated.

(3) If a house is built in accordance with the relevant local regulations on building a house before, it is also compensated if it belongs to an unlicensed house. (4) Unlicensed houses handed down from generation to generation also have compensation.