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City Hall to Illuminate Crosswalks in Tbilisi

New LED bulbs will be installed on zebra crosswalks in Tbilisi. Tbilisi City Hall will spend 286,000 GEL on the project’s implementation. According to technical parameters, LED bulbs will be installed on special stands and they will have seven positions. The minimum warranty period is five years. The Tbilisi Mayor …

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A 30-Million Project Halted in Batumi

A 30- Million Project Halted in Batumi

A 30-million multifunctional project has been suspended in Batumi. The project is carried out by the Georgian New Construction Company (NCC); according to plan, multi-functional buildings were to be built on the boulevard instead of old featureless houses, including, a 100-room hotel, a restaurant, cafe-bars, a swimming pool, bowling club, …

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Tbilisi City Hall Starts New Project for Creative Business Promotion

Tbilisi City Hall Starts New Business for Creative Business Promotion

On June 20 Tbilisi City Hall held Creative Business Workshop jointly with a partner international organizations for the purpose of creative business promotion and industry enhancement. The working meeting named as How to Earn Money from Favorite Trade introduced excellent opportunities for those engaged in culture and creative sectors (photography, …

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150 New Buses will Appear in Tbilisi from September

150 New Buses will Appear in Tbilisi from September

In September 2016, modern, safe and convenient new buses will appear in Tbilisi. However, the City Hall is expecting the final decision the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will make. “Almost everything is completed and the bringing of the new buses have been already resolved, but the final word should say …

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The Incentives for Green Roofs Development by the City Hall

The Incentives for Green Roofs Development by Tbilisi City Hall

How Tbilisi City Hall will encourage the development of green roofs is still unknown. A green roof or living roof is a roof of a building that is partially or completely covered with vegetation and a growing medium, planted over a waterproofing membrane. According to the Deputy Mayor Irakli Lekvinadze, it …

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Tbilisi City Hall to Arrange 12 Underground and Aboveground Parking Places

Tbilisi City Hall to Arrange 12 Underground and Aboveground Parking Places

Tbilisi City Hall plans to announce an interest expression procedure for arranging parking places in the capital city. Tbilisi Vice Mayor Irakli Lekvinadze noted aboveground and underground parking places will be arranged on 12 locations in the capital city. “In the near future we will announce an interest expression procedure …

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Tbilisi Mayor: Tbilisi Bypass Railway Project will Go on

Tbilisi Mayor: Tbilisi Bypass Railway Project will Go on

Tbilisi Mayor David Narmania assures that the Tbilisi bypass railroad project will be continued definitely. Initially, public discussions will start after the group working on city development general plan submits a due conclusion. “The general plan development group that operates at the city hall will complete the conclusion soon. The …

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City Hall Has No More Plans to Continue The Project “1000 Booths”

City Hall Has No More Plans to Continue The Project “1000 Booths"

In order to promote small and medium-sized businesses the City Hall started “1000 booths” project implementation in October 2011. According to Property Management Agency of City Hall, in the years 2011 – 2015, 430 places were leased to the parties in order to establish the booths. However, the parties decided to terminate …

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New Mziuri Park Project is Completed

New Mziuri Project is Completed

Local organization “Mziani” has finished its infrastructure project of New Mziuri and handed it over to the Mayor’s office for review and approval. As the author of the project, Ana Goguadze told “Business contact” repair works will begin in one week. Mziuri Park’s amphitheater and Café will be totally restored. The amphitheater …

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