President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev has inspected projects for the construction of affordable modern apartment houses, a marketplace, a trade complex and a modern park in Termiz.
Under the leadership of the country’s First President, a great deal of work was carried out in Termiz on the construction of many modern buildings and apartment houses.
In accordance with President Shavkat Mirziyoyev’s resolution dated 22 November 2016, 34 seven-storey affordable apartment houses are to be built in Termiz. This will make it possible to improve housing provision for the town’s population, especially its socially-vulnerable section.
Five apartment houses consisting of 210 two-, three- and four-room apartments are being built on Sulton Saodat Street. These apartments will be provided on the basis of privileged mortgage loans. 10 hectares of land was allocated for the residential area. Under this project, two pre-school day care establishments, trade and services facilities and a neighbourhood centre will also be built there.
The President gave instructions to complete the construction of the new apartment houses by the greatest and dearest holiday – the 26th anniversary of the independence of the Motherland and to create decent living conditions in them.
The construction of a marketplace and a trade complex on Alisher Navoiy Street in Termiz is a 40 billion som project. This complex will consist of a marketplace, two modern multi-storey supermarkets and a car park. These facilities are to be commissioned by the end of this year.
The purpose of construction of such big facilities is to raise the prosperity of our people and to further develop the trade and services culture, the President said. Modern standards of architecture and Uzbek national building art traditions need to be used in the construction work, and conveniences should be created for people.
In Termiz, a youth park will also be constructed.
The country’s President inspected the new park project and said that it should be a place for complete recreational use by town dwellers, and so the project should be scrutinized once more.
The Head of State also visited the construction site of the “Amudaryo” children’s health improvement centre and inspected a project of construction of infrastructure facilities there.