Source: eKapija | Wednesday, 03.07.2019.| 10:59
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Shandong to start designing and building public garages in Belgrade

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Deputy Mayor of Belgrade Goran Vesic has met with representatives of the Chinese company Shandong, which won the tender for the public-private partnership for the construction of four public garages in Belgrade.

Vesic said that, after the signing of the agreement on the construction of four public garages, all the conditions had met for the Chinese partner to start designing and building the four public garages in Belgrade.

– The agreement on the construction of four public garages is the basis for our Chinese partners to start designing the garages in Vlajkoviceva Street, Fruskogorska Street and the Republic Square. The designing of the garages in Vlajkoviceva and Fruskogorska streets begins right away, and the fact the the subway route has been defined, as has been the location of the subway station at the Republic Square, means that the designing of the garage at the Republic Square can also start – Vesic said, as reported by Beoinfo.

He added that, in line with its obligations under the contract, the City of Belgrade had provided the Chinese partner with the project of the garage at the Student Square, the final project and the registration of works, so that the construction might start as soon as possible.

At the end of the meeting, Vesic told the Chinese partner that Belgrade eagerly awaited the beginning of the construction of public garages, because, according to him, the city center alone needs about five thousand parking spaces more.

– With the construction of these public garages, the problem will be reduced. Furthermore, the City of Belgrade is also designing the public garages in Skerliceva Street in Vracar and next to the Pinki Hall in Zemun and preparing for their construction – Goran Vesic said.

As he announced earlier, the annual concession fee to be paid by Shandong to the city is RSD 2.22 million.
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