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A new square was opened in the Baksansky district of Kabardino-Balkaria

19.10.2021 171 просмотров

The length of the square is almost 300 meters.

The largest square in the Baksansky district of Kabardino-Balkaria with an area of 1.5 hectares was opened as part of the national project "Housing and Urban Environment". This was reported to journalists in the press service of the district.

"On Friday, in the rural settlement of Zhankhoteko, a grand opening of a public garden built as part of the federal project "Formation of a modern comfortable urban environment" of the national project "Housing and Urban Environment" took place. Its area was 1.5 hectares, it is the largest public garden in the Baksan region," the press service said.

The cost of the work was more than 9 million rubles. Construction has been underway since April. "Its location - along the federal highway to the main attraction of our republic, Elbrus - is no coincidence. Now not only residents, but also guests of the republic can relax on their way to the ski resort," the press service quoted the press service as saying. about. Head of Administration of the Baksan District Artur Balkizov.

The length of the park is almost 300 m. The entire length of the new square is adorned with a canvas composed of photographs of the republic's sights.

The "Housing and Urban Environment" national project consists of five federal projects - "Mortgage", "Housing", "Formation of a comfortable urban environment", "Provision of sustainable reduction of uninhabitable housing stock" and "Clean Water". The main goal of the national project is to ensure the annual commissioning of 120 million square meters. m of housing and improving the living conditions of 5 million families annually.

One of the key objectives of the national project "Housing and Urban Environment" is to increase the comfort of the urban environment. The national project provides for the active involvement of citizens in resolving issues related to the improvement of their cities.

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