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January 13, 2022, 09:04
Photo by V. Novikov. Press Service of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow
Investors plan to build buildings for schools, kindergartens and universities.
Eight land plots were provided by the city for the construction of educational facilities last year, said Deputy Moscow Mayor for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov.
“In 2021, the city entered into lease agreements for eight land plots with a total area of almost 28 hectares for the construction of 12 educational institutions: four schools, seven kindergartens, as well as a complex for a higher educational institution. Objects will appear in the center, south, north, west and north-west of the capital,” he said.
According to Vladimir Yefimov, most of these facilities will become part of large-scale investment projects. Such projects increase the number of jobs, provide social infrastructure to the newly built and existing neighborhoods. Land developers in such cases are leased for up to six years without bidding.
“Most land for educational projects
City Property Department allocated in the north-west of the capital: three plots of 22 hectares. In particular, it is planned to build two schools and three kindergartens near the Terekhovo transport hub. Another educational building with 400 seats will appear on General Glagolev Street,” said the Minister of the Moscow Government, Head of the City Property Department Maxim Gaman.
In the area of Prospekt Vernadskogo, a Letovo educational complex for 880 children with a kindergarten for 180 pupils will be built. The investor was provided with a land area of 3.46 hectares.
And a kindergarten for 150 children will appear on Verkhnyaya Maslovka, almost 0.5 hectares of land has been allocated for its construction. Two more preschool institutions (for 140 and 225 children) will be built as part of residential complexes on the 6th Radialnaya and Ozernaya streets. They are also allocated 0.5 hectares of land.
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