Hot Discussion: Who Will Mediate The Contradiction Between The Old Building And The Elevator?

It is difficult to install an elevator in an old building. It is necessary to work hard to improve consensus and work together to solve problems. First of all, it should be the government, and secondly, the role of the owners' committee should be emphasized. In addition, market participants can be encouraged to participate actively.

The report of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China pointed out that safeguarding and improving people's livelihood must grasp the most direct and most realistic interests of the people, do their best and do what they can, one thing and one thing, one year after another. dry. As a good news in the field of people's livelihood, "adding an elevator" undoubtedly involves the people's most concerned about the most direct and most realistic interests.

In the 2018 National Conference of the National People's Republic of China, “the orderly promotion of the 'village in the city', the renovation of old communities, the improvement of supporting facilities, and the encouragement of the installation of elevators were carried out.

However, is it good to install an elevator for the old building? Not also. At the end of 2018, the owners of Chengdu Huayang Jinruiyuan Community heatedly discussed the topic of installing elevators. On the one hand, the response and advancement of high-rise residents, and on the other hand, the different opinions and oppositions of low-rise residents. Low-level owners require high-level owners to compensate them, 300,000 yuan on the first floor, 200,000 yuan on the second floor, and 100,000 yuan on the third floor. For such a request, it is naturally difficult for high-level owners to agree, and it is necessary to abort when they plan to install an elevator.

In fact, such a phenomenon is not a case. The old buildings in many old communities are not only relatively simple in terms of housing facilities, but also in the absence of elevators. Adding elevators to old buildings is not only useless for residents living in the lower floors, but may even affect indoor lighting and ventilation, and reduce their living comfort. Therefore, this part of the residents will install elevators. Instinctive resentment. However, high-rise residents, especially middle-aged and elderly residents, need to go up and down six or seven floors a day. The residents' needs for elevators should also be understood and valued.

Then, who should mediate the contradiction of installing elevators in old buildings? The first thing to "face" is the government. When there is a contradiction between residents, if there is no third party that the two parties can trust to coordinate this contradiction, the two sides are likely to always be in the perspective of their own interests. And this "trustworthy third party" is undoubtedly the government. As far as installing an elevator is concerned, the government should seriously consider the reasonable demands of both parties.