The Lower and Upper City Gardens in Ryazan will be combined into a single public

The Lower and Upper City Gardens in Ryazan will be connected into a single public space

The Lower City Garden in Ryazan is in for a major transformation. About it December 14 told in the social network, the vice-governor of the Ryazan region Artem Branov – following the results of a field meeting held in the park with the head of the city administration Elena Sorokina.

On the same day, a meeting of the city public commission on the formation of a comfortable urban environment was held at the Boiling Point. We discussed the concept of the development of the park.

Next year, 160 million rubles will be allocated from the federal budget for the reconstruction of the Lower City Garden. This became possible thanks to the agreements between the Governor of the Ryazan Region Pavel Malkov and the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin. Another 200 million should be added from the regional budget within two years, – the vice-governor notes.

“The plans are to reconstruct the entrance groups, to put in order the fences from the side of Svoboda and Sadovaya streets. Make repairs to all stairs and adapt them to the needs of people with limited mobility. A separate story with the amphitheater and the stage – they will be as modern and comfortable as possible. New children’s and sports grounds, small architectural forms, alleys and pavilions will appear in the park. We also plan to combine the Upper and Lower City Gardens into a single public space. For the convenience of pedestrians, we will tile the passage across Lenina Street,” wrote Artem Branov.

According to the vice-governor, the Lower City Park should become a modern and comfortable recreation area. At the same time, it is important to preserve its authenticity.

By the end of the year, the final draft of the renovated park will be presented to the townspeople. Most of the construction work is promised to be done in 2023, and the reconstruction will be fully completed in 2024.

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