• In landscaping yards Norilsk will invest 64,5 million rubles

  • The authorities of Krasnoyarsk region will allocate for development of yards in Norilsk at about 64,5 million rubles. About it reports TASS with reference to the Ministry of construction and housing and communal services of the region.

    "In the framework of the project for the improvement of courtyards and public spaces in the city of Norilsk plans to invest as funds of the Federal and regional budgets, and the municipality", — said the Agency.

    The courtyards will receive more than 39 million rubles, the lake promenade Long — 18,6 million roubles, and for the modernization of the city Park — 6.6 million rubles. From the Federal budget on these purposes will go 36,6 million roubles from regional Treasury — 25,4 million rubles. Also, it noted that the programme will be held in the courtyards with a total funding of more than 39 million rubles, the lake promenade Long (18.6 million rubles) and construction of the city Park (6.6 million rubles). Also will the raised funds of residents.

    Earlier it was reported that in Norilsk by 2018 build greenhouse complex, capable of producing up to one thousand tons of vegetables a year. In 2017 the city will work in a similar capacity of 200-300 tons.


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