Complex "Elbrus" will be reconstructed within the next two years
Currently, for the all-season tourist and recreational complex "Elbrus", a draft plan for the territory of the entire resort area is being developed, its approval is planned for the first quarter of 2023, the website of the Kavkaz.RF company reports with reference to its CEO Hassan Timizhev.
This was discussed at a meeting on the development of the resort area of the Elbrus ATRC, which was held by Deputy Minister of Economic Development Sergey Nazarov.
Proposals for potential investors were discussed with the participation of the management of the Kavkaz.RF company and relevant departments.
“It is important for residents of the special economic zone in the Elbrus region to calculate their capabilities in advance in order to comply with the construction deadlines later. In the next two years, Elbrus will become a large construction site - the Kavkaz.RF Development Institute is implementing a large-scale program to create a modern ski and related infrastructure, including engineering networks, road and retail facilities," Nazarov was quoted as saying by Kavkaz.RF ".
At the same time, the Deputy Minister noted, investors who plan to build hotels on Elbrus should implement an integrated approach to the improvement of public spaces. It is important to provide for the construction of social facilities, in particular, a children's sports school, which needs a new building, Nazarov said.
The Deputy Minister instructed to work out proposals for investors, taking into account the need for an integrated development of the territory.
The project of creating a modern ski resort and developing the territory adjacent to it in the Elbrus region has been implemented by the Kavkaz.RF single development institute since 2020. In accordance with the state program for the development of the North Caucasus Federal District, it is planned to invest about 13 billion rubles in the resort's infrastructure over the next three years, according to a message on the company's website.
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