Rosreestr estimates Igor Shuvalov's site of 7.6 hectares at cost of iPhone
The VEB head annually pays 323 rubles for land in the elite area of the Moscow region.
The land plot of 7.6 hectares in the elite suburban district of Skolkovo was estimated at 107.5 thousand rubles by the Rosreestr. The palace of VEB head Igor Shuvalov was built on this site; he has to pay a land tax of 323 rubles annually and still has a debt of 7.3 thousand rubles, follows from the Federal Bailiff Service (FSSP) data, which the Baza project studies.
The FSSP database indicates that the debt is assigned to the Zarechye-4 company, which the Shuvalov's spouse owns through the organization Owl Real Estate. The same company decorated the palace of the family. On March 3, the enforcement proceedings were closed, since “it is impossible to establish the location of the debtor or its property.”
Journalists found the estate of oligarch Suleiman Kerimov with an area of 19 hectares and worth 734 million rubles in the neighborhood. There are other plots of Shuvalov: 3165 sq. m., 9100 square meters, and 2125 square meters with a cadastral value of 20 million, 53 million and 7 million rubles, respectively.
In 2018, the official became a founder of a fund that deals with shooting and entrapment of wild animals in a hunting sector he supervises. With that, the official did not report about it to his senior executives.