61.4bn tenge to be allocated for development of Shchuchinsk-Borovoe resort zone within three years

This amount of money is planned to be allocated within the framework of the third stage of the development plan for the Shchuchinsk-Borovoe resort zone for 2017-2020.
Akmola 25 December, 09:24

Governor of Akmola region Malik Murzalin in Borovoe held a meeting on the development of the Shchuchinsk-Borovsky resort zone. The meeting was attended by Heads of industry departments, hotel complexes, designers of new tourist establishments.

Governor of the region presented the establishments of the third stage of the implementation of the Development Plan of the Shchuchinsk-Borovoe resort zone. Malik Murzalin got acquainted with the general plans for the development of the Burabai settlement and the city of Shchuchinsk, investment projects in the sphere of construction and housing and communal services, construction projects for the water park, hippodrome, ski resort and the concept of tourism development, the Governor's Office of the region reported.

In total, the third stage of the development plan for the Shchuchinsk-Borovoe resort zone for 2017-2020 includes 34 measures for 61.4 billion tenge. It is planned to allocate 58.2 billion tenge from the republican budget, and 3.1 billion tenge from the local budget.

"The plan outlined four blocks: the solution of environmental and infrastructure issues (construction of engineering networks, sewerage, water supply, improvement of the coast of lakes, cleaning and sanitation of reservoirs, improvement of tourist routes); measures to develop the transport and logistics infrastructure (repair, reconstruction and construction of the road network); measures to ensure safety (construction of water-saving stations); measures to develop the tourist potential of the resort zone",  the message said.

As a result of the discussion, Malik Murzalin instructed the deputy Governor of the region Vasily Krylov and the Heads of the sectoral departments to ensure control over the technical level of the design, architectural and planning decisions, the economical expenditure of funds for design and survey work, and the terms of development of design estimates. The tourism department of Akmola region was instructed in January 2018 to approve the Roadmap for the development of the tourist industry in the region.

At a meeting with the tourist community, the Governor of the region urged hoteliers to actively join the work on the certification of hotels, improve the quality of the services provided to tourists, and enhance the work to attract tourists during the winter. The key task is defined, which is qualitative preparation for the summer season of 2018.