Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin approved the projects of 10 educational facilities, schools and kindergartens for different districts of the capital. This was reported on the website of the capital’s mayor’s office on Tuesday, November 22.
Educational institutions will be built at the expense of investors.
The mayor’s office noted that two schools and seven kindergartens will be built in Golyanovo, Otradnoye, as well as in the Golovinsky, Babushkinsky districts in Maryino and Severny Medvedkovo, the Moscow city news agency reports. 790 Muscovites will be employed there. Another school will appear in Ramenki, 170 employees will be able to work there, NSN writes.
The total area of future educational facilities will be about 90 thousand square meters. m, and investments in the implementation of projects – more than 11.5 billion rubles, the website kp.ru clarifies.
According to Sobyanin, the program to create new jobs was launched in 2019, and 27 contracts have already been concluded.
To date, the capital has approved projects in which investors plan to invest 117 billion rubles. They will also create more than 35.5 thousand jobs, writes RIAMO.
On November 7, it became known that 11 educational facilities have been opened in Moscow since the beginning of 2022. According to Rafik Zagrutdinov, head of the capital’s construction department, 11 educational facilities for 3,550 places have been put into operation since the beginning of the year, including two schools, four educational buildings and five kindergartens.