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The projects will be implemented as part of the integrated development of the territories.

On the site of the industrial zones Ostashkovskoye Shosse and two territories in the industrial zone of Graivoronovo, public production facilities, housing and social infrastructure will appear. The decision to establish the boundaries of the integrated development of the territory (CRT) was made at a meeting of the Urban Planning and Land Commission of the city of Moscow, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov…

“In total, all these territories occupy over 35 hectares. Residential buildings with an area of ​​61.5 thousand square meters with social infrastructure facilities with an area of ​​almost 13 thousand square meters will appear on the territory of the Ostashkovskoye Highway industrial zone. In Graivoronov, 55.5 thousand square meters are designated for industrial and administrative and business buildings, and 313 thousand square meters for housing and social facilities, ”the Deputy Mayor of Moscow said.

In total, this year the City Planning and Land Commission approved the implementation of 18 projects for the integrated development of territories. We are talking about the production zones Krasny Stroitel, Berezhkovskaya embankment, Kapotnya, Vykhino, Knitazhnaya, Perovo, Teply Stan, Nikulinskaya, Kuntsevo, Sviblovo, Korovino (project 2), Verkhniye Kotly. Also in 2020, the first MCT agreements were signed regarding the Oktyabrskoye Pole and Korovino industrial zones.

“In three more territories, decisions were made on integrated development at the initiative of the city. Agreements for the development of the former industrial zones of Bratsevo, Chertanovo and Yuzhnoye Butovo will be concluded in 2021. The comprehensive development of more than 30 hectares of these territories provides for the construction of modern industrial and public-business facilities, as well as residential buildings, facilities for educational and sports purposes, as well as health care. The planned volume of investments in projects will amount to about 36.7 billion rubles, more than 6.8 thousand jobs will be created, and the expected budgetary effect for the city will exceed 3.5 billion rubles a year, ”said the head Department of Investment and Industrial Policy of the City of Moscow Alexander Prokhorov.

Also this year, decisions were made to amend the rules for the development and land use of the city of Moscow regarding the establishment of the boundaries of the KRT of the two former industrial zones Avtotornaya and Altufevskoe Highway.

Thanks to the integrated development of territories, unused areas of the former industrial zones of the capital are drawn into circulation in order to create new production, public, business and residential facilities and a developed infrastructure.

The first contract in Russia for the integrated development of the territory of the former Oktyabrskoye Pole industrial zone was concluded in the summer of 2020. A technopark, office and residential premises will be created on six hectares. The project will bring 500 new jobs to the city, investments will amount to 14 billion rubles, the expected budgetary effect is more than 487 million rubles per year.

In December 2020, the Moscow Government signed an agreement with a private investor, first identified by the results of an open auction, on the integrated development of a part of the Korovino industrial zone. On a site with an area of ​​more than 35 hectares, it is planned to build industrial and public-business facilities, which will create 13 thousand new jobs. Investments in the reorganization of the industrial zone will amount to about 40 billion rubles, the budgetary effect – about 3.8 billion rubles a year.

In total, KRT projects can give the city about 500 thousand jobs and almost three trillion in budget revenues, and the volume of investments in the implementation of projects will amount to about seven trillion rubles.

Technopark, kindergartens and polyclinic: how the Oktyabrskoye Pole industrial zone will change The city first identified an investor for the reorganization of the industrial zone at an auction

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