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Inoyatov family invested huge amounts of money in a 36 hectares residential development, comprising 109 houses, ideally located on the right bank of Neva River, 30-minute drive from Sankt Petersburg. The complex called “Nevskaya Usadba” is owned by Metkem, a Sankt Petersburg-based company controlled by Sharif Inoyatov, son of Rustam Inoyatov.

OSI continues to report on Rustam Inoyatov’s properties and companies in Russia.

A major Russian real estate company owned by Inoyatov family

Metkem is a company based in Sankt Petersburg controlled by the family of Rustam Inoyatov, former head of Uzbekistan’s National Security Service.

Metkem is a wholly owned subsidiary of Neva Alyans Grupp, a Sankt Petersburg-based company owned by Sharif Inoyatov, son of Rustam Inoyatov, and two business partners. Sharif Inoyatov owns 50 percent of Neva Alyans Grupp, his partners, Ravshan Ubaidullaev and Bakhtiyor Fazylov, own 25 percent each. Both Metkem and Neva Alyans Grupp are headquartered at the same address: 104 A, Nevsky Prospect, Sankt Petersburg. https://www.opensourceinvestigations.com/

Registered with an authorized capital of 7 million dollars (400 million roubles), Metkem is a major real estate and property developer.

109 houses on a 36 hectares plot

Metkem is developing a residential project called “Nevskaya Usadba”. The low-rise residential development consists of 109 two-storey plus attic row-houses, with 6 to 12 rooms. The construction began in early 2016.

The construction site of Inoyatov’s residential development in May 2017 and January 2018.

 

Covering a total area of 36 hectares, Nevskaya Usadba is an integrated residential project. It provides not only housing but also recreation and leisure facilities, from shops and restaurants to sport centres and children’s play areas.

 Plans of Inoyatov’s residential development from local authority reports

An ideal location

The complex is located on the right bank of the Neva River, in Novosaratovka, a village in the Sverdlovsk urban settlement of the Vsevolozhsky District of the Leningrad Region.

Novosaratovka is 50 kilometres southeast (only 30-minute drive) from Sankt Petersburg.

Image of residential development’s location from a local authority report

Inoyatov’s residential complex is on the outskirts of Sankt Petersburg

 

 

 

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