Tbilisi has regained additional 1.5 hectare land plot from the sold woodland park in Dighomi in the form of a recreation space.
In whole, the capital city has returned 2.5 hectares from the sold park.
“As a result of long-term negotiations and in compliance with my pre-election promise, we have returned 1 hectare of Dighomi woodland park to the capital city in the form of a recreation zone. We have finished negotiations with one private owner on 1.5 hectare land plot. I would like to congratulate all of you on this decision. Dighomi woodland park should be returned to the capital city and Tbilisi residents. We will launch green zone arranging works in autumn”, Tbilisi Mayor David Narmania noted at Government meeting on August 2.
Tbilisi City Hall will submit the agreement terms to Tbilisi Council.