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Yakutsk has signed a historical agreement with the investment company of China on the development of the 17 quarter

In Yakutsk, a historic event took place: the district administration of the city and the LLC "Investment company" Zhuda "signed an agreement" On the development of the built-up area adjacent districts 2, 4 and 17 city district ", which was the beginning of a new urban policy of the oldest city in the North-East region of the country.

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A historic event took place in Yakutsk: the district administration of the city and Zhoda Investment Company LLC signed an agreement "On the development of the built-up area of ​​adjacent quarters 2, 4 and 17 of the city district", which was the beginning of a new urban planning policy in the oldest city in the North-East region of the country. noted the head of Yakutia Yegor Borisov, against the background of the strategic development of Russian-Chinese relations, Yakutia feels the first results. First of all, 2014 was the year of the beginning of the implementation of large projects, such as the construction of the Power of Siberia gas pipeline. Other large investment companies in China are also of great interest in Yakutia Last year, more than 50 agreements were signed between Russia and the PRC in various areas, including on the development of Yakutia. "In 2014, we met with the leadership of the Zhoda company and we were offered, taking into account their experience in Russia, to start investing specific projects in Yakutia. Today this conversation has continued on a practical plane. The work on attracting investors to the economy of the republic is now proceeding at a good level. In recent years, investments in the economy of the republic have reached more than 200 billion rubles. We do not limit ourselves to this, "said Yegor Borisov. As Il Darkhan noted, the document signed today will become the beginning of a great work to attract investments. Mayor of Yakutsk Aisen Nikolaev believes that this agreement is a new stage in the development of the capital: not only 2, 4th and 17th quarters of Yakutsk, but also Yakutsk as a whole. As the head of the city rightly noted, the 17th quarter has long become a household name synonymous with uncomfortable amenities, lack of any comfort in life. In this quarter, hundreds of families are forced to live in conditions that do not meet elementary the needs of a modern person. "It is obvious that in addition to domestic insecurity, the deepest social problems accumulate, up to a decrease in the life needs of young people, deterioration of the health of children and the elderly. The situation cannot be improved with targeted measures. The area has a very problematic state of the housing stock, social and communal infrastructure. Since 2012, we have done a great job. By and large, this is the first experience of supporting such a large investment project by the administration. As you can see, this approach is effective ", - emphasized Aisen Sergeevich. For the first time, the project for the development of three quarters was presented in 2013 at the Harbin International Economic Fair, where it aroused interest from major investors, including the Zhoda Corporation. On July 1, 2014, during the work of the Sino-Russian EXPO, a preliminary agreement was concluded with the corporation. On December 17, among the investment priorities, the project was presented at a high state level at the Chinese Embassy in Moscow. The key goal of the project is a complete reconstruction according to modern standards of three blocks of Yakutsk with an area of ​​over 100 hectares. As a result, more than 300 residential buildings with a total area of ​​more than 800 thousand square meters will be built. m. and a useful area of ​​680 thousand square meters. m. The project provides for the construction of schools and kindergartens. "These figures speak of the exceptional scale of the project for Yakutsk, we are confident that the Zhoda company will fulfill all the obligations assumed under the contract. For our part, in view of the difficult economic situation and taking into account the risks, we will use all levers to create the best investment conditions. to solve the set tasks ", - the head of Yakutsk promised. General Director of Zhoda Corporation Yan Zhanfu noted that the company uses materials that have such qualities as economy and environmental friendliness and their innovation allows to reduce construction time, and also makes it possible to avoid many difficulties when implementing a project in the harsh conditions of Yakutia. "The main goal of our company in Yakutsk is to create high-quality houses. Success in the development of innovative materials allowed us to achieve a level that does not harm the environment and human health," said the head of the corporation Yan Zhanfu. In the near future, draft designs of three quarters will be presented at public hearings, after the approval of which the work will begin. If everything goes according to plan, then in 6 years the 17th quarter will be the best in Yakutsk. The investment project will cost more than 100 billion rubles. Some of the financial obligations are assumed by the government of the republic and the mayor's office of Yakutsk, but most of the corporation "Zhoda". It should be noted that there are already a number of sites in the 17th quarter where construction can begin. Therefore, at the beginning, residential buildings will be built, where the residents of the quarter will be settled in the future. After the construction area is vacated, new residential buildings with improved infrastructure will be built in place of the old "two-story buildings".
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