Infrastructural Projects within “Renovated Regions” Program undergo active implementation in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Region
The infrastructural projects within the “Renovated Regions” Program are being actively implemented in all nine municipalities of Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Region.
The 4-year “Renovated Regions” Program covers 63 Municipalities of Georgia and tentative cost of its first stage only amounts to GEL 500 million. The program provides for urban renovation of regions, implying development of significant facilities owned by state, municipalities and private persons.
There are several projects, being executed with the program’s funding in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Region. The referenced projects include rehabilitation of Khobi central park, Aghmashenebeli St. in Poti, and refurbishment of the Square on Chavchavadze St. and the park on Rustaveli St.
The First Deputy Executive Director of MDF Giorgi Tsibadze along with the representatives of local authorities visited the site of current works.
The projects were approved by special committee with the direct involvement of municipality representatives, whilst the construction companies were selected based on E-bidding, announced by MDF. The special committee was composed of representatives of local and central authorities, as well as of spatial planning specialists.
Upon finalization of the projects, central streets will be renovated, and new squares and other municipal infrastructure will be arranged throughout the regions of the country. The urban locations renovated as a result of new projects execution will create the new opportunities for the local communities.