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November 17, 2021, 18:38

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You can express your comments and suggestions on the website of the “Active Citizen” project from 17 to 30 November.

Public discussions of 60 urban development projects have begun in the capital. From November 17 to November 30, Muscovites can familiarize themselves with the documents and submit their proposals. Discussions are held in the “Active Citizen” project in the corresponding section.

“In November, such projects as the creation of a cryptography museum, the construction of a cinema, an innovative complex and many others are presented for the discussion of residents. Each time more and more citizens take part in discussions and share their opinions, which is very important for us, “she said.

Juliana Knyazhevskaya, chairman of the city Committee for Architecture and Urban Planning.

Residents of the Sokolniki district will discuss the construction of a multifunctional complex, where they could open points of trade and catering. Citizens from the Marfino area will make proposals for the location of the cryptography museum. In addition, Muscovites will express their views on important engineering infrastructure facilities. All questions and suggestions of the participants will be passed on to the project developers.

“The involvement of participants is growing – in the last month alone, October 2021, participants sent more than 80 thousand suggestions and comments on projects submitted for discussion. All in all, with the help of the Public Discussions service, architects and developers of urban planning projects received more than half a million opinions, “said Alexander Pischelko, head of the New Management Technologies State Institution, responsible for the development of the Public Discussions service.

To participate in public discussions in the Active Citizen project, you must register on the portal and fill in the data in personal account… Learn more about the service at dedicated page.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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