Korean investors keen to build houses in Akmola region
Residential buildings in Akmola region are being built within the framework of several state programs.
Korean investors are interested in taking part in the process of housing construction in the Akmola region. Deputy governor of the region Vasily Krylov met with the management of Highvill Kazakhstan. During the talks, issues of mutual cooperation were discussed, BNews.kz correspondent reports.
In the Akmola region, residential buildings are being built within the framework of several state programs. The construction of several objects continues in the Shchuchinsk-Burabay resort area. Mr. Krylov believes the Korean company will be interested in the construction of not only residential buildings but also social facilities.
“Currently the process is covered by Nurly Zhol State Program and 7-20-25 Presidential Initiative and public-private partnerships,” Krylov stated.
The company Highvill Kazakhstan is one of the largest, on its account - a set of residential buildings, erected in Astana and Almaty. They are distinguished by high quality and interesting design solutions. To date, the company is implementing a number of projects in our country. Among them - the construction of a scientific and training center in Burabai commissioned by Nazarbayev University.
The guests were presented with investment projects initiated for the year-round operation of the Burabay resort, as well as detailed plans for the construction of Saryarka new micro-district in Kokshetau. According to the plan, further development of the regional center requires modern architectural solutions and the introduction of the Smart City principles.
The management of the Korean company stressed every interest in participating in construction projects.
"This meeting is very important for us, and we are ready to work not only in your two capitals, but also in the regions, and are ready to take part in your interesting projects and consider all proposals," said Kang John De, Director General of Highvill Kazakhstan.