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January 22, 2022, 09:07

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Photo by M. Mishin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow

The three-story building was equipped with modern security systems.

On the territory of the Filimonkovsky settlement, the construction of a kindergarten for 200 children was completed. The developer has received permission to put it into operation.

A new garden in the 165th quarter (house 17) was built by an investor. The three-story building with one technical floor housed bedrooms and playrooms, classrooms, a foreign language room, music and sports halls, speech therapist’s, psychologist’s and other rooms. Their total area is over 2800 square meters. On the territory of the kindergarten, playgrounds and sports grounds for each group are equipped.

“The facility meets all safety requirements. Security television and lighting systems, video intercom systems, access control and management systems, fire alarms and evacuation control systems have been installed. A security post with an alarm button and means of screening was organized. The kindergarten complies with all modern requirements and standards for the design, construction and equipment of educational institutions,” said the head

Department for the Development of New Territories of Moscow Vladimir Zhidkin.

In 2021, 11 kindergartens were built in the TiNAO, which in total will be able to accommodate more than 2.5 thousand kids. And 12 new schools are designed for 8650 students. At the same time, there are several investor funds for each object of the city.

In total, since 2011, Moscow has built 468 buildingseducational institutions: 332 kindergartens and 136 schools. The construction of social facilities remains a priority in the urban development of the capital. The plans for 2022-2024 include the construction of another 134 buildings of schools and kindergartens, of which 86 objects are funded from the city budget, and 48 are funded by investors.

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