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Due to the construction of a boarding school in Kaliningrad, trees continue to be felled

Another 15 trees and a bush will be felled for the construction of Boarding School No. 1 at Krylov Lane. Read more in the material “MK in Kaliningrad”.

This information was shared on the Kaliningrad administration website. In particular, five willows, two oaks, five apple trees, ash trees, chestnut trees, pear trees and black elder trees will be felled. It should be noted that the institution paid more than 325,000 rubles in compensation costs.

As part of the compensatory measures, 15 new trees and a shrub will be planted in the parking lot. They will be the same species and races.

Remember that this is not the first demonstration to cut down green spaces. Previously, the authorities had authorized the felling of 54 trees on the site. There were 108 trees in total at the site.

On the construction of boarding school No. 1

At the beginning of last year, information about the electronic auction was published on the public procurement website. According to the plan, the building should appear next to an existing building and it will occupy 14.1 thousand square meters.

The building offers accommodation for 221 students, equipment for a boiler room and engineering networks. It will be equipped specifically for disabled children.

The building will include classrooms, a conference room, a cloakroom, sanitary facilities, a dining room, a first aid station, a gym, various workshops, music, robotics, testoplasty, fine arts, rest rooms .

The initial price of the project was 547 million rubles. The facility is expected to be commissioned on March 1, 2024.

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