A public discussion of the Lebarde resort development plan was held
A public discussion of the Lebarde resort development plan was held in Martvil Municipality.
According to the decision of the Government of Georgia, the development plan for Lebarde resort is being developed. The decision was entrusted to the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure, and the project group of “Bau Design” LLC is working on the documentation.
The joint public discussion of the project was held in the village of Kurzu of the Martvil municipality, where the public got to know both the work done up to this stage of the urban planning document and the strategic environmental assessment report.
Deputy Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure Mzia Giorgobiani, State Trustee in Samegrelo Aleksandre Mopsrelia and self-government representatives attended the discussion together with locals.
“This is a project within the framework of which the resort development project will be planned and developed. It is also important that the environmental assessment report reflects in detail the unique potential that Lebarde has as a mountain climatic-balneological resort”, – noted Mzia Giorgobian.
According to him, it is necessary to develop plans based on the principles of sustainable development for all types of settlements and, first of all, for resorts, to prevent chaotic, unsystematic development, to preserve the historical appearance, to organize the transport network and other types of infrastructure.
“In the near future, we will have the opportunity to present the project to businesses, from which we expect great interest, which will allow us to update the infrastructure and make Lebarde a center of attraction not only for local, but also for international visitors,” said the state trustee in Samegrelo, Aleksandre Mopsrelia.
“Within the development of urban planning documentation, the possibilities of creating a sustainable development, healthy, safe, convenient living and recreation environment will be comprehensively analyzed. This, on the one hand, will preserve the resort’s recreational and historical value, and at the same time, it will promote development,” the Ministry of Infrastructure said.