Speaking at the opening of the Smart Cities and Municipalities Congress and Exhibition, Environment and Urbanization Minister Murat Kurum shared some information about the Canal Istanbul Project. “When it is completed, Kanal Istanbul will be the first project in which all smart city products and services implemented in the world are implemented in the same city at the same time, with its innovative buildings, innovative environmental and infrastructure systems, and transportation technologies.” said.
Stating that Kanal Istanbul Project is a project to protect and save the Bosphorus, the Institution emphasized that the project is also the freedom project of the Bosphorus.
For the past 18 years, Turkey's President Erdogan's brand of leadership in the project stated that they perform Authority, Canal Istanbul Project will perform well again in the same faith and determination of President Erdogan's leadership, he said.
Recalling that the AK Party Group presented a new law regulation that will be a milestone for the cities, the Institution provided the following information:
“When this regulation becomes lawful, we will start a new period in which horizontal architecture is essential in our understanding of urbanism. In 2012, we are moving to a new phase in the urban transformation mobilization initiated by your casualties. From now on, island-based planning will be made instead of parcel-based planning. Effective monitoring will begin in the fight against illegal buildings. Now, the concepts of squattering and illegal construction will be completely out of the agenda of our country and will be history. We bring the obligation of our citizens to get approval from the governorship regarding the structures to be built in the villages. With this arrangement, we will end the crooked construction in our highlands and villages. In addition, by opening the way for reinforcement for buildings that have a Building Registration Certificate, we include our tens of thousands of buildings in the scope of transformation. ”
Günceleme: 17/01/2020 08:43
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