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The building will be equipped with five group cells, and the adjacent territory will be landscaped and landscaped.
A kindergarten for 125 children will be built in the area of Khoroshevskoye highway, the chairman of Moskomexpertiza announced the approval of the project documentation Valery Leonov.
“In the context of stable demographic growth, a large-scale program for the construction of kindergartens and schools was launched in the capital. The creation of a high-quality educational infrastructure is one of the city’s development priorities. So, soon a three-story kindergarten for 125 children will be built in the Khoroshevsky district, ”the head of the department said.
The new kindergarten is designed for five groups: one for children of younger, middle and older ages, and two for preparatory. Group cells will be organized in separate blocks, each of which will have changing rooms, playrooms, pantries, bedrooms and toilets.
In addition, a music and physical education hall, a circle, methodical rooms and a medical block with offices of a psychologist and speech therapist are planned.
The area around the building will be landscaped: there will be an area for strollers and sledges, playgrounds and shady awnings. They will also install fences and lanterns, plant trees and shrubs, lay out lawns and flower beds.
Formerly Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Development Policy and Construction Andrey Bochkarevnoted that more than 10 billion rubles are annually allocated from the city budget for the construction of schools and kindergartens.
“Every year Moscow’s targeted investment program allocates an average of over 10 billion rubles for the construction of educational facilities. These funds are intended both for the completion and commissioning of facilities for the current year, and for the design of future facilities, ”said the Deputy Mayor.
Since 2011, they have built in Moscow 407 educational buildings, Including 296 kindergartens and 11 schools. By 2023, it is planned to create another 90 new educational facilities.
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