President Shavkat Mirziyoyev inspects project of park of culture and recreation in Shayhontohur district
President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev has made a familiarization visit.
President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev has made a familiarization visit to the site of construction of a modern park of culture and recreation at the intersection of Beltepa Street and Jarariq Street in Shayhontohur district.
In this park’s construction project, a special emphasis is put on a harmonious consonance between modern architectural solutions and national culture traditions. The park’s area is 10 hectares. Here a roofed pavilion, modern attractions, gazebos, a winter garden, an observation wheel, light and music fountains, skateboarding areas, ice hills, cableways, a café, cycling lanes and a 5-storey car park are to be built.
The roofed pavilion will create broad possibilities for recreational activities all year round. In the park’s area, solar energy powered lighting systems will be installed.
In order to provide a good microclimate, such trees as magnolias, oaks, birches, pine trees, chestnut trees, pagoda trees will be planted in the park, as will various shrubs.
In this park of recreation, possibilities will be created for conducting nationwide holidays, big shows, concerts, exhibitions, forums, sports competitions and master classes.
The first phase of the project’s implementation will cost 18 million and its second phase will cost 22 million dollars.
The first phase will be completed in the year 2018, and the second phase in 2019. When the park is entirely completed, 350 people will be provided with jobs.
The Head of State said, looking at the park’s project, that this park should be a favourite place of inhabitants and guests of the capital city.
Our most important task is to create decent working conditions and recreational facilities for our people, said the President.
The necessary instructions were given to officials and managers on carrying out the construction work to good quality standards.