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Yakutsk will become multi-storey: the results of the town-planning council
In Yakutsk, at the town planning council under the head of the city, the general architectural and planning structure of the city was presented, in the creation of which the latest technologies were used. Experts discussed thirty-seven projects for the development of neighborhoods and suburbs of Yakutsk, as well as 103 projects for land surveying of territories with a total area of 1600 sq. M. JSC RPII "Yakutproekt" reported on the detailed development of the planning of each quarter, taking into account all the comments and suggestions that were made following the results of public hearings and open councils.
It is interesting that the most obvious feature of the new structure is the rate on multi-storey buildings. The developers noted that their goal was to transform the appearance of the city, the basis of which will be quarterly buildings and architectural ensembles.
Planning projects take into account data from more than 80 sources - these are engineering networks, road network, heating mains, power lines, sanitary and environmental zones, cadastre data and others. The plan provides for social facilities: schools, kindergartens, multi-level garages, etc.
According to the chief architect of Yakutsk, Asam Stepanov, “At the moment, the trends in urban planning are such that the city is going to increase living space, increasing the number of floors and housing areas. Nevertheless, we must keep developers within the limits of what is permitted, so that they do not chase the volume of a square meter, but develop a sufficient number of social facilities - kindergartens, schools, clinics, cinemas and leisure centers. ”
Recall that Yakutsk over the past two decades is the most dynamically developing city in the Far East of Russia. The rapid growth of the population requires a comprehensive renovation of the infrastructure, including the construction of a new Yakut GRES-2.
Photos from the site of the city administration.