Urban Transformation in Samsun Kamalı District

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The decision on the urban transformation of the Kamalı District in Samsun's Atakum district came out of the Council of Ministers and was published in the official gazette.
Samsun's Atakum district of the province of the decision came out of the Kamalı neighborhood. The Council of Ministers decided that Kamali Mahallesi would be included in the scope of urban transformation and the decision was published in the Official Gazette.

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URBAN TRANSFORMATION STARTED IN KAMALI

The decision on the urban transformation spoken for Kamali Mahallesi, located in the upper parts of Atakum district, came out of the Council of Ministers. According to the decision published in the official gazette, an urban transformation project will be implemented within the borders of the Kamal Mahallesi. According to the decision taken on the basis of Article 73 of the Municipal Law No. 5393, a program of urban transformation will be started in Kamalı District.

WHAT IS THE LAW NO 5393?

Article 73 of Law 5393, which is included in the Law on Municipalities, contains the provisions directly related to the decision of urban municipalities. In this matter, " Municipality, with the decision of the municipal council; urban transformation in order to create residential areas, industrial areas, commercial areas, technology parks, public service areas, recreational areas and all kinds of social facilities areas, to reconstruct and restore old parts of the city, to preserve the historical and cultural texture of the city or to take measures against earthquake risk. and development projects. ''

The decision on the urban transformation of the Kamalı District in Samsun's Atakum district came out of the Council of Ministers and was published in the official gazette. The Council of Ministers decided that Kamali Mahallesi would be included in the scope of urban transformation and the decision was published in the Official Gazette.

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