The Ministry of Environment and Urbanization has announced the areas to be renewed within the scope of the urban transformation to develop disaster resistance, energy efficiency, and quality standards in the production of residential buildings.
According to the approved 2020 Annual Program of the presidency, the need for urban transformation persists in different Turkish cities, particularly in disaster risk and properties that do not meet the standards.
In this context, the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization will develop standards of quality, durability, energy efficiency and disaster resistance and it will control these standards at each stage.
According to Anadolu Agency, within the scope of Transformation of Disaster Risk Areas Law, 240 risk areas in 53 provinces, 152 urban transformation and development project areas in 30 provinces, and 10 renovation areas in 7 provinces were determined.
As a result, 46 thousand hectares will be used to build new real estate projects.
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1292 organizations participated in evaluation process
The Ministry of Environment and Urbanization used 1292 organizations and institutions, including public institutions, non-governmental organizations, universities, legal entities, building supervision organizations and building laboratories to identify risky structures.
These institutions and organizations have determined a total of 616 thousand 270 as risky buildings.
Since the establishment of the Special Account for Urban Transformation Projects in 2012, approximately 12 billion 752 million TL have been paid, mainly for corporate and individual rent assistance, interest support, expropriation, and urban transformation procedures.
In the light of the program of the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization, there is a continuing need to implement the transformation scenario based on area characteristics and its role in the urbanization process.
Within this scope, urban transformation strategies on a provincial basis were initiated.
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