Transportation construction and renovation will be remained by priorities in the development of Moscow

19.03.2019

Transport construction, the program of renovation and redevelopment of industrial zones will remain the priorities of the city’s urban development in the coming years, said Marat Khusnullin, deputy mayor of Moscow for urban planning and construction.

“According to the results of the largest European International Real Estate Exhibition MIPIM, we understand that in the coming years, the priority of urban planning development will remain the transport infrastructure – the metro, transportation hubs and railways, as well as programs for the integrated development of territories – this is the renovation of housing stock and the redevelopment of industrial territories”, – said Marat Khusnullin.

According to him, these areas of development are the main in all megacities of the world.

“In every major city there is a problem of transport accessibility, efficient use of land and dilapidated housing. Today, the best architects, economists, and experts are fighting to solve these problems, ”explained Marat Khusnullin.

He stressed that the Moscow renovation of housing, presented at the exhibition in Cannes, made a great impression on its participants.

“This is the world’s largest renovation program for an obsolete housing stock. No other city in the world has ever tried to solve this problem on such a large scale and complex. I am sure that we, as pioneers, will give a number of interesting and useful solutions, ”the head of the Construction Complex noted.

Marat Khusnullin recalled that this year the 30th MIPIM exhibition took place in Cannes. The Moscow Pavilion was visited by more than 10 thousand people. The exhibition attracted more than 26 thousand professionals and real estate market experts.

Source: Moscow Construction Complex

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