Krasnodar, 4 May – Yug Times. Last week, Krasnodar Mayor Yevgeni Pervyshov held a traditional meeting with local journalists. Below we are setting forth some of the topics dwelt on during the meeting.
City centre to be presented to investors Height restrictions that are to be set for the city’s historic part will be shown in the model currently developed by a 3D printer. Such visualisation of Krasnodar’s central parts will let potential investors get in more detail introduced with the plan to understand what would be better for them - to buy some property with the aim of reconstruction, or to acquire a land parcel for a construction activity.
Galitsky agrees to help Presently Krasnodar Mayor’s Office is in the process of suing the contractor that was engaged in the reconstruction of the Aurora Cinema. The regional Arbitration Court took a decision to terminate the contract, but the other party appealed against it, and the process is going on. At the same time, the city authorities are working on a new concession treaty and they want to submit the case to a tendering committee. Businessman Sergei Galitsky has confirmed his preparedness to get involved in the reconstruction of the cinema. With high-speed tram in sight By the end of this year, the Russian Railways Company will complete the construction of the city’s detour for freight trains. It will enable to remove all transit freight transport from the city. Then the issue of how to use the rails laid in the city will rise.
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