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In their place there will be modern production facilities, trade and public catering enterprises, sports facilities, entertainment centers, schools, kindergartens and residential buildings. As a result, thousands of jobs will be created.

In Moscow, plots of two former industrial zones in the north and south will be reorganized, and the boundaries of the integrated development of territories (ICD) for two more in the east of the city will be established. This decision was made at a meeting of the City Planning and Land Commission of the city of Moscow. The total investment will amount to over 25 billion rubles. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov…

“As part of the comprehensive development, modern industrial and public-business facilities will appear on the territories of the former industrial zones of Bratsevo, Chertanovo and Vykhino with a total area of ​​11.3 hectares. The redevelopment of another former industrial zone of Perovo also includes residential buildings, a kindergarten, a school and a children’s clinic. The planned investment in these projects will amount to about 25 billion rubles. More than 5.2 thousand jobs will be created, and the expected budgetary effect for the city will exceed 1.9 billion rubles a year, ”said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow.

The owners of the industrial zones Brattsevo and Chertanovo can, within six months, apply to the Moscow Mayor’s Office to conclude contracts on construction and maintenance facilities and provide the developed documentation for the planning of the territory. If the owners do not find an opportunity to start implementing projects on their own, the city will find investors through an auction.

The Urban Planning and Land Commission also approved the development of the Vykhino and Perovo industrial zones – in the near future, appropriate changes will be made to the land use and development rules for the city of Moscow.

“The most ambitious in terms of the volume of expected investments should be the KRT project in the former Chertanovo industrial zone in the south of the capital. It is planned to invest 8.7 billion rubles here. The investor will receive the right to build public and business facilities with a total area of ​​about 112 thousand square meters on an area of ​​2.8 hectares. This, for example, can be trade, catering, entertainment centers. This project will give the city 2.8 thousand new jobs, and the annual budget revenues will amount to more than 900 million rubles, “- said the head

Department of Investment and Industrial Policy of the City of Moscow Alexander Prokhorov…

It is planned to reorganize a 4.12 hectare site in the Perovo industrial zone. An infrastructure with a total area of ​​80.74 thousand square meters will be created there: residential buildings for more than 1.4 thousand residents, a kindergarten for 75 places, a school for 175 places and a children’s clinic will appear. Thanks to this, 270 new jobs will be created here, and the expected effect for the city’s budget will be about 146.8 million rubles a year. Investments in the project may amount to seven billion rubles.

In the former industrial zone Vykhino, it is proposed to reorganize the territory with a total area of ​​3.94 hectares. The city plans to attract 5.1 billion rubles. 1.3 thousand new jobs will appear here, and the budget revenue will amount to almost 500 million rubles a year.

On the 4.6 hectare site of the Bratsevo industrial zone, industrial and public-business facilities will be located – they will occupy about 68 thousand square meters. 4.1 billion rubles will be invested in the project, which will help create 850 jobs. It is planned that annual revenues to the city budget will amount to more than 316 million rubles.

The main goal of the integrated development of the former industrial zones is the involvement of virtually abandoned urban areas in circulation and their effective use. But the city itself clearly sets out what should be built in their place.

As a result of the implementation of KRT in Moscow, investments in the amount of seven trillion rubles will be attracted – this will create about 500 thousand new jobs. The planned volume of payments to the budget will amount to almost three trillion rubles.

All industrial zones in Moscow were surveyed, their total area is 14.9 thousand hectares. At the moment, it is planned to develop 122 territories with a total area of ​​1.9 thousand hectares – it is planned to build more than 37 million square meters of industrial, social and residential facilities here.

The first agreement on the integrated development of the territory was signed this summer – the investor will invest 14 billion rubles and build objects with a total area of ​​almost 174 thousand square meters in the former industrial zone Oktyabrskoye Pole, and will also create more than 500 new jobs for Muscovites. The total building area is almost six hectares. In addition to residential buildings, there will be two kindergartens, a school, a clinic and a technopark. The estimated budgetary effect from the project will be about 1.8 billion rubles. The implementation period is designed for six years, but the investor plans to complete the construction earlier – by 2024.

In early November, Moscow hosted the country’s first auction for the right to conclude an agreement for the integrated development of the industrial area of ​​Korovino in the north of the capital.

Technopark, kindergartens and polyclinic: how the Oktyabrskoye Pole industrial zone will change The Korovino industrial zone is reorganized under an agreement for the integrated development of an industrial territory

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