Avanhardivska AH started Safety Centre construction

The Avanhardivska AH in the Odesa Oblast started the construction of the Citizens’ Safety Centre. As reported by the Odesa Local Government Development Centre, established with the support of the U-LEAD with Europe Programme and MinRegion, a two-storied 500 m2 Centre will be located in Sportyvna street.

The cost of construction is almost UAH 12 million. UAH 3.5 million were allocated from the state budget, the rest – from the local one. The construction work must be completed by 30 March 2019.

The Centre will host fire protection unit, an ambulance station and a district police office. There is also a single dispatch service envisaged to coordinate the operation of the firefighting and rescue unit, address calls to the police and ambulance stations. The centre will be equipped with machinery and rescue vehicles.

 

 

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