On May 18, during a working trip to the Akmola region, the Chairman of the Board of Samruk-Kazyna Construction JSC Maulen Aimanbetov inspected seven land plots allocated for the construction of Comfortable Schools.
In the villages of Karaotkel, Karazhar, Akmol, Koyandy and Kabanbay Batyr will build one new educational institution each, in the village of Talapker - two. Six out of seven schools are designed for 1200 student places, in the village. Koyandy - for 2000 seats.
During the tour, the Chairman of the Board of SK Construction got acquainted with the mobilization of construction companies and the preliminary master plans for construction.

In with. Koyandy M. Aimanbetov noted the not very convenient location of the land allocated for the construction of the school. The site is located on the outskirts of the village, not far from the forest plantation and there are no necessary engineering communications. On the basis of the detailed planning plan, I additionally examined Koyandy in search of a more convenient location for the construction of the “Comfortable School” and found an undeveloped land plot next to the kindergarten.

“I consider it expedient to build a comfortable school in the built-up part of the village, because it will be much more convenient for children to come to school than on the outskirts of the settlement. Parents will also be able to bring older children to school, and leave the younger ones in kindergarten because of their proximity,” M. Aimanbetov said.

As it turned out, these land plots are in private ownership. The Chairman of the Board of SK Construction recommended that the employees of the local executive body meet with the owners of land plots, as well as organize a gathering of residents and elders to exchange these plots for others in order to release them for the construction of a school.
In total, within the framework of the National project "Comfortable School" until 2025, it is planned to build 20 schools for 26.5 thousand students in the Akmola region. "Comfortable schools" will reduce the load on existing educational institutions and unload three-shift schools.

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