NDB will allocate 700 million rubles
At the end of December 2021, the traditional annual meeting of the head of the city with representatives of the media was held in Kineshma. It took place in a three-block briefing format. As part of the first block, the Russian statesman, Vyacheslav Stupin, spoke about the main events that took place in 2021, about the projects that were implemented, as well as about plans for 2022. During the second and third blocks, the head of Kineshma answered questions from journalists and residents of the city.
Answering journalists' questions, Vyacheslav Stupin spoke about the progress with the project "Comprehensive Development of the Territory and Infrastructure of Small Historical Settlements" implemented by the government of the Russian Federation and the New Development Bank (BRICS).
Kineshma entered this project back in 2019. The project involves the repair and reconstruction of engineering and transport infrastructure facilities, the development of public areas, the reconstruction and restoration of cultural heritage sites and other activities. The objects that should be included in the program were proposed by the residents of Kineshma.
“There was a lull in this program for several years, but a whole delegation of developers came to Kineshma. They assured us that the situation is currently revived and, allegedly, Prime Minister Mishustin is considering the allocation of funds for this program. By the way, in Kineshma, among others, the program includes such objects as the Kineshemka river embankment and a museum. The city should receive about 700 million rubles under the program. We sent all the source documentation for our projects to the developers.
Currently, the tender documentation is being prepared and on June 25, 2022, a tender is to start to determine the contractor who will be engaged in the development of all projects. At the same time, it is planned to start these works no earlier than January 2025 - this is a very long process, many different approvals are required. So now this is the prospect, ”added Stupin.