Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
The Government is interested in "redevelopment" of urban centers
31 August 2020 15:35

The Russian Ministry of Economic Development is working on a new tool for integrated territorial development aimed at creating legal and economic conditions for the implementation of landmark pilot urban projects.

The new tool is being developed as part of a nationwide economic recovery plan. 

 "If the new mechanism is implemented, regional authorities will get an effective tool for "redevelopment" of urban centers, including planning of social and engineering infrastructure, as well as the ability to attract investors at different stages of the project, " the Russian Minister of economic development Maxim Reshetnikov noted during a working visit to Krasnodar. 

 The tool is aimed at transforming depressed urban areas and public spaces, as well as stimulating the renovation of "dilapidated" housing stock and increasing the share of high-quality offers in the real estate market.

One of the advantages of the new mechanism should be a significant reduction in the time of urban planning preparation of construction. 

As part of the working trip, Maxim Reshetnikov held a meeting on the spatial and territorial development of the Krasnodar territory.

The regional authorities discussed promising directions of social and economic and spatial development of the city of Krasnodar within the framework of the draft plot plan of the city approved by the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation. 

The plot plan pays special attention to the development of the social infrastructure of the promising economic center of the South of Russia. It includes the placement of a new medical cluster with an area of 57.8 hectares and the modernization of the terminal complex of the Catherine II airport (Pashkovsky).

Дата публикации: August 31, 2020
Ссылка: https://en.economy.gov.ru/material/news/the_government_is_interested_in_redevelopment_of_urban_centers.html
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