The new trade school in the regional center will be designed for 1.5 thousand students, the institution will be built in 2024. Currently, the work on connecting project documentation and carrying out engineering studies for the construction of a new facility is being completed. A positive conclusion has already been obtained. This was said by the mayor of Veliky Novgorod, Alexander Rozbaum, at a meeting with the governor of the Novgorod region, Andrey Nikitin.
As the mayor noted, the construction of the school will go in parallel with the implementation of infrastructure projects. In particular, it is planned to complete the construction of the road along Bolshaya Moskovskaya Street in the section between Derzhavin and 20 January Streets, as well as the reconstruction of the section from 20 January Street to the section from Sovetskaya Armiya Street to “Bolshaya Moskovskaya”. The cost of these works for 2023-2025 will be 1.24 billion rubles, including the construction of local treatment facilities. The design and accounting documentation has already been developed, and the application has been approved by the Federal Ministry of Construction.
In addition, project estimates for the reconstruction of existing and construction of missing sections of the road along Koroleva Street to the school are ready. The preliminary cost of construction is estimated at 146.5 million rubles.
Speaking about the education sector as a whole, Mayor Alexander Rozbaum said that in 2023, the major renovation of East High School and boarding school will be completed. In addition, an application has been submitted for the major repair of the building of high school No. 2 next year. A total of 12 projects have been developed so far for the repair of the buildings of the city schools until 2026, which have been sent to the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation for participation in the selection.
The governor tasked the head of Veliky Novgorod to begin work on structuring the secondary education system for the next decade.
“It is very important to systematically build this work, understanding how our university and the system of secondary vocational education will develop. Discuss this issue with parents, educators,” said Andrey Nikitin.
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