About 137 hectares of urban land will be leased to investors for the construction of new facilities as part of large-scale investment projects. This was announced by Sergei Sobyanin on his page on the VKontakte social network.
In 2022, Moscow allocated land for the implementation of 34 more large-scale investment projects. This is the construction of kindergartens, schools, new industries and social and business facilities.
Vladimir Efimov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations, added that 10 of the 34 projects relate to the construction of social facilities (kindergartens, schools and medical institutions).
Large—scale investment projects are a mechanism for creating facilities that are important for the development of the capital. They can be industrial complexes, innovation centers, medical institutions, social infrastructure facilities. For construction, the city provides land plots for rent without bidding for a period of five years.
“Most of the land is provided for new production facilities — more than 70 hectares. About 19 hectares of land will be allocated for social facilities, 11 hectares for transport infrastructure,” said Maxim Gaman, Minister of the Government of Moscow, Head of the City Property Department.