Source Three high-ranking officials of the Ministry of Housing Policy of the Moscow Region were arrested in a corruption case. But the minister himself, Inna Fedotova, has not yet been touched by the security forces. Who is she and what does she own? Minister's three-level apartment
After work, Minister of Housing Policy of the Moscow Region Inna Fedotova gets home in twenty minutes. She lives in the Krasnogorsk cottage village “Otrada Village” behind a high fence. Around the forest, alleys meander between neat buildings along designer landscapes. For children there is a garden, a school, a Montessori center and a wildlife park. For young people – an outdoor pool with an entry price of 3,500 rubles. For adults – restaurants. For the elderly – ponds with excellent fishing. For the whole family there is an equestrian club. In fact, this is all the territory of the Otrada country residence for moneybags.
Inna Fedotova drives past a checkpoint and heads for Scandinavian townhouses, where she has a three-level, 314-square-meter apartment with huge windows and a glass balcony. Such a property can cost in the region of 100 million. Neighboring housing was sold for 65 million rubles – and these were bare walls.
57-year-old Inna Fedotova is from Krasnoyarsk. Throughout the nineties, zero and half of the tenths, she served in the local administration. Her highest position was the Deputy Head of the Regional Property Department. And then Fedotova moved to the Government of the Moscow Region and headed the Department of Moscow Regional Architecture. A couple of years later, the Moscow region governor personally presented her with the Breakthrough of the Year award. He raised it three times before finally appointing him minister of housing policy in 2018.
200 million apartment near the Kremlin
All family members Since 2015, at different times, the minister has been photographed from one window, how thousands of people march along Tverskaya Street and tanks with anti-aircraft guns go to the parade.
The pictures were taken from the apartment, which is located in a pompous “Stalin” building, a kilometer from the Kremlin. This property was elite in Soviet times, and remains so today. A square costs about 1.6 million rubles, apartments – over 200 million.
– Living room with a bay window, a kitchen with a balcony, two bathrooms, ceilings of 3.6 meters, authentic stucco molding, a guarded yard, – realtors praise .
It is possible that this is the Fedotovs' family apartment in the center of Moscow.
How the minister's daughters live
The minister's 31-year-old daughter is painting. She moved to St. Petersburg, where she recently acquired a studio in the Premier Palace business class residential complex on Leontievsky Cape. LCD apartments, according to realtors, have “exceptionally stunning views.” The price is up to 20 million rubles.
The minister's 36-year-old daughter works for a Moscow designer. She has a four-room apartment worth about 50 million on Vavilov Street in the ultramodern residential complex Vavilove.
Mansion on Rublyovka
Once, the minister's daughters laughed at the fact that their father, dressed in a Hermes coat (about 300 thousand rubles), was clearing snow from the exit in the prestigious village of Zhukovka on Rublyovka. It is unlikely that the official's husband worked as a janitor. Most likely, he looked after his house, which can have a typical ruble price – hundreds of millions of rubles.
The youngest daughter of Inna Fedotova loves to go to the Krasnoyarsk village of Ust-Mana to the dacha, which offers stunning views of the Yenisei.
Life found the place from where the girl takes a photo – next to a large mansion, as if hanging over the Yenisei from the steep slope of the forest. This building may not have been registered with the cadastre, and because of the foliage it is not visible on satellite images. But Rosreestr has data on who owns the adjacent 15 acres – the minister's youngest daughter.
It is difficult to guess the price of the dacha. There is a commensurate object (in the forest, but far from the Yenisei) – for 20 million rubles. The Fedotov mansion might be more expensive.
A yacht for the minister's family
Inna Fedotova's family members repeatedly published photos from the same yacht. This may be a model of the Italian shipyard Ferretti: four cabins, length 16.8 meters, a price tag of 25 million. Most often, selfies from the ship were posted by the eldest daughter of the minister. But only the husband wore a captain's suit.
How much does a minister earn and who is her husband?
On the website of the Ministry of Housing Policy, you can see how much Inna Fedotova and her husband officially earned in 2018-2021 – 75 million rubles. Moreover, the couple declared two-thirds of this amount last year. Usually the minister received about 500 thousand a month, and her husband – a ridiculous 10 thousand.
The minister is married to a countryman, 66-year-old Vladimir Fedotov. He loves to flaunt his good form on social media. His entire back is covered with tattoos, and there is a scorpion on his chest. There is a selfie in the image of a bandit and with a machine gun.
“Uncle Volodya, a handsome sultan, Rambo, Al Capone,” his friends say respectfully about him. The occupation of the man is not clear. According to the SPARK database, he had three businesses in Krasnoyarsk. The Dostochkin sawmill, which submits zero reporting, is functioning. The Avtoforum company, which supplied foreign cars, was closed: the buyers were unhappy with it and demanded through the court to break off the deal.
Another enterprise – the private security company “Rotex-Okhrana” operating without profit – Fedotov transferred to another person a couple of months ago. This structure is a subsidiary of a large agency in the field of cleaning and food “Rotex” with an annual revenue of over eight billion rubles and a total amount of government contracts of about twenty billion. Formally, the official's husband has never been involved in this organization, but for the past eight years, her son-in-law has been working in her internal financial control service.
Previously, Vladimir Fedotov owned 1.4 hectares of land in Krasnoyarsk with car services and spare parts stores, a checkpoint and an office two-story building. But in 2021, Fedotov rewrote everything to CJSC Krasnoyarsk Installation Administration Hydromontazh, a private company with annual income of about 800 million rubles. There is no bill of sale in the extract from the USRN.
is a 200 sq.The official's family is connected with mysterious people, very similar to the nominals. For example, Zinaida Plotnikova, a 66-year-old pensioner from Krasnoyarsk, owned a three-level apartment a couple of years before the minister. This woman has always lived in the north of the country and therefore could hardly use real estate in the Moscow region. Perhaps the townhouse was originally occupied by Inna Fedotova.
A year ago, Fedotova's husband copied 147 square meters to Zinaida Plotnikova in a club house on Menzhinsky Street in Krasnoyarsk. The official's family lived there before moving to the Moscow region. Despite the change of owner, the minister's daughters continue to visit the Krasnoyarsk apartment. The housing is considered elite by local standards. City center, secluded boulevard. Inside there are three-meter ceilings, a sauna, a jacuzzi, floor heating, a loggia. The price reaches 25 million rubles.
Zinaida Plotnikova in Krasnoyarsk at various times owned six apartments with a total cost of 55 million rubles, as well as a warehouse estimated at 50 million, which can be rented for 350 thousand a month.
In 2019-2022, Plotnikova owned the premises on Perenson Street, which previously had McDonald's, and now Tasty – period. This rental business can bring three million rubles every month. Recently, the property was transferred to 45-year-old Svetlana Burmistrova. She is a relative of Plotnikova, women have the same registration.
Svetlana Burmistrova was a partner of the minister's eldest daughter in the Capital Premium enterprise, which built a car dealership in Krasnoyarsk and was about to build an industrial base. Burmistrova sold the office of the official's husband for 60 million rubles. One of Burmistrova's firms tried without competition to build a hub for transporting oil on agricultural land – the regional prosecutor stopped. Her other Krasnoyarsk companies were called “Sibneft” – like a bankrupt developer who missed deadlines. Burmistrova established and liquidated a legal entity in the Dubrava tourist center near Moscow in order to sell real estate.
Plotnikova and Burmistrova used an e-mail registered by 58-year-old Yuri Sobolev from Krasnoyarsk. He is a longtime business partner of the minister's husband. Sobolev had a sawmill, a car service, a lignite production and a construction company. It was he who rented land in Krasnoyarsk for the construction of McDonald's. The prosecutor unsuccessfully challenged the deal.
Judging by the SPARK database, there are about a dozen such managers in the family of the official. Among them may be a son-in-law. He established the Service Plus company, on whose balance sheet a hectare of land in Ivanteevka, near Moscow, was allocated for the construction of a sports base.