“Building permits, covering the construction of facilities spanning 712,000 square metres in total, were issued in Belgrade at the end of August and for facilities spanning 300,000 square metres that are expected to be built by the year-end,” said the deputy mayor of Belgrade, Goran Vesić yesterday.
Vesić told PRVA TV that six times more building permits were issued this year than in 2012, which is an indicator of how lively construction activity is.
Vesić underlined that 2,800 workers work every day on the Belgrade Waterfront construction site and that many more are engaged in the construction of roads and transport infrastructure.
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He also announced that Cara Dušana street will be completed in phases and that the street will be open to traffic, or rather to pedestrians, from late October to early of January next year, so trams can pass.
“We have completely reconstructed all the installations that are under the street,” Vesić said.
He went on to say that the contractor for the construction of the new pet cemetery will be announced next Monday; the project is expected to be completed by June next year.
Belgrade will be among the top ten cities in Europe to have a pet cemetery, with between 100,000 and 150,000 burial places.
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