• Prime Minister Inspected Wide-Scale Infrastructural works in Tskaltubo
  • Prime Minister Inspected Wide-Scale Infrastructural works in Tskaltubo
  • MDF has arranged 1,5 km access road to St. Pieter-Paul monastery in Bolnisi municipality
  • 320 internally displaced families were given a house in Zugdidi
  • Opening of the rehabilitated monument of Ilia Chavchavadze in Tsitsamuri
  • Prime Minister Inspected Wide-Scale Infrastructural works in Tskaltubo
August 3, 2015

Signagi population will be provided with 24 hour water supply

By EIB financing Municipal Development Fund of Georgia in town Signagi implements water supply system rehabilitation. Cost of the project consists of GEL 1,342,388. As a result of project implementation Signagi population in particular more than 900 families will be provided with 24 hour water supply. Currently more than half of Signagi population about 600 families are provided with 2 hour water supply per 24 hour, and 300 families with 8 hour water supply per 24 hour. As a result of project implementation water quality will be improved and water loss will be reduced.
July 30, 2015

The Municipal Development Fund of Georgia is Implementing ‘Batonistsikhe’ Castle Rehabilitation Works

The Municipal Development Fund of the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia is implementing rehabilitation works for Batonistsikhe ‘Castle’. The First Deputy Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia, Ilia Darchiashvili together with the Executive Director of the Municipal Development Fund of Georgia, Juansher Burchuladze were visiting the project site. Concurrently with ‘Batonistsikhe’ rehabilitation, the MDF has already announced a bidding on ‘Batonistsikhe’ museum rehabilitation works. The Regional Development Project is backed by the World Bank and Government of Georgia and its cost amounts to GEL 1,573,000. The project is mainly aimed at preserving original appearance of the monument, besides the project is focused on development of cultural heritage circuits and tourism in Kakheti Region.
July 28, 2015

Construction of the 23-rd Metro Station has commenced in Tbilisi

Today the Municipal Development Fund of Georgia –LEPL of the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia has commenced construction of the“University“ metro station. Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia, Nodar Javakhishvili, Executive Director of the Municipal Development Fund of Georgia, Juansher Burchuladze, Mayor of the City Davit Narmania and representatives of the Asian Development Bank launched construction Works and briefed the public on the project. A new metro station from Vazha-Pshavela Avenue to the metro station “University” will be constructed under the project. Moreover, as a result of project implementation the second tunnel will become operational between Delisi and Vazha-Pshavela metro stations. The project implementing agency is the Municipal Development Fund, and it is funded by the Asian Development Bank, total project cost amounts to GEL 83,000,670.45. Construction works will be completed in a 24-month period following their commencement.
July 21, 2015

Village Darto rehabilitation is implemented by Municipal Development Fund of Georgia

MDF implements rehabilitation of houses entitled as cultural heritage. Works are financed by government of Georgia and World Bank. Cost of the works amounts to GEL 1,344.102.47. Aim of the project is to maintain original appearance of cultural heritage ancient houses, in particular fortress type residential houses having unique architecture. Furthermore touring infrastructure will be arranged within the framework of the project. It is significant that since project finalization social conditions of Kakheti population will be improved and village Dartlo will become even more attractive place for visitors.
July 16, 2015

Municipal Development Fund of Georgia will be managed by Juansher Burchuladze

MDF will be managed by Juansher Burchuladze. Based on prime minister Order N287 dated July 14, 2015 he was appointed MDF executive director. Juansher Burchuladze has been working for MDF since May 2015 and was occupying position of the first deputy executive director; accordingly he is quite familiar with projects and activities of the ministry and its sub organizations.