Bakirkoy, Not the Wall of Shame that Divides Berlin

Bakirkoy wants concrete walls to be stopped immediately
Bakirkoy wants concrete walls to be stopped immediately

IBB Assembly Mehmet Berke Merter, Member of the CHP, read the oral and oral report at the meeting of the Assembly andHalkalı high concrete walls on the two sides of the train line of the Bakirköy section carried to the agenda of the Assembly.

IBB Assembly Mehmet Berke Merter, Member of the CHP, read the oral and oral report at the meeting of the Assembly andHalkalı high concrete walls on the two sides of the train line of the Bakirköy section carried to the agenda of the Assembly. Berke Merter, CHP, who added the photos to his proposal that there was an ugly and cold face of the knitted concrete wall and which added more warm and aesthetic walls to the concrete wall instead of the concrete wall in the world, drew attention to the following questions and asked the following questions: As it continues, how do we give importance to the image and physical identity of the city? For example, Marmaray Sirkeci-Halkalı in the Bakırköy section of the train line; The high concrete walls, which were started to be built on both sides in order to isolate the two sides of the railroad from each other, continue to rise in a way that damages the physical and cultural texture of Bakırköy. We call on the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality and related institutions to immediately stop the construction of this wall, which reminds us of the wall of shame that divides Berlin into two after the Second World War. These walls built for security reasons will also destroy the urban texture of Bakırköy that has existed for centuries. Walls need to be built here for sound and security reasons, and essentially we recommend making a set covered with natural looking plants, which are considered as examples in many places in the world, and to consider transparent alternatives in narrow places. Not every new project made in our city adds value to the city, but we also lose its existence. However, any aesthetic projects made by considering the cultural and physical image of our city constitute the identity of our city. We demand that projects are carried out and supervised by taking this purpose into consideration in every new study. Our questions: Will you consider the discomfort of our people in this regard and re-evaluate the wall construction? If these walls are made by an institution other than the Metropolitan Municipality, will you do anything to correct this aesthetic disaster that does not comply with the city culture?

Assembly of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) in October 2014 Assembly of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (CHU) Mehmet Berke Merter, Nebahat Yildirim, Muzaffer Sahin, Senol Yolbir, Musa Keles and Ercan Ulas Kaya, unanimously, with the signature of the motion referred to the presidency:

To the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Council Chair; Thread: Marmaray Sirkeci-Halkalı high concrete walls on the two sides of the section of the train line Bakirköy.

The city is a social environment where people live together and share. Therefore, the City; it reflects the culture, image and identity of the people it lives in. It is a long and planned process to establish the identities of cities such as green city, health city and culture city. Cities are constantly changing and renewing over time. These changes are inevitable. The important thing is that these changes are compatible with the cultural structure, physical characteristics, image and identity of the city.

The city we live in at the moment we do in Istanbul as well as the ongoing renovation and maintenance work is carried out in new projects, but while all this is done, how much importance do we attach to the city's image and physical identity? For example, Marmaray Sirkeci-Halkalı in the Bakırköy section of the train line; The high concrete walls, which were started to be built on both sides in order to isolate both sides of the railway, continue to rise in a way that damages the physical and cultural texture of Bakırköy. We call on the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality and related institutions to immediately stop the construction of this wall, which reminds us of the wall of shame that divides Berlin into two after the Second World War. These walls built for security reasons will also destroy Bakırköy's urban fabric, which has been around for centuries. Walls need to be built here for sound and security reasons, and essentially we recommend making a set covered with natural looking plants, which are considered as examples in many places in the world, and to consider transparent alternatives in narrow places.

Every new project to our city does not add value to the city and we will lose its presence. However, considering the cultural and physical image of our city, all aesthetic projects are the identity of our city.

In every new study, we demand that the projects be done and audited by taking this objective as a priority.

  1. Will you consider the discomfort of our people and re-evaluate the construction of the wall?
  2. If these walls are made by an institution other than the Metropolitan Municipality, will you do anything to correct this aesthetic disaster that does not comply with the city culture?

Source: I www.omedyam.co

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