Current General Plan G. Tashkent is the main document that determines the prospect of the social development of the city until 2015. Priority directions of Tashkent’s development, as the capitals of an independent state, are closely related to the plans of urban planning and economic regulation at a wide variety of territorial levels: local, regional, state.
In the conditions of the formation of a market economy, the priority development of the economic base should be clearly defined. The development plan for this requirement is fully consistent with. The Tashkent project and its suburb are a single urban planning facility, in fact, a metropolitan district, with clearly divided zones and an orientation of an agricultural complex to suburban agricultural and production capacities.
In the field of housing construction, an increase in the provision of the population of housing was planned, promising volumes of construction infrastructure, an introduction plan into the construction of new facilities, modernization and reconstruction of the existing housing stock based on modern building materials (foam concrete, double -glazed windows, modern systems of power supply, ventilation and air conditioning, etc.).
Where foam concrete blocks will not save the position, and objects are not amenable to reconstruction, it was decided to demolish. Among such objects, first of all, the low -value and dilapidated objects of the housing stock were included. Ways to resolve the issue of posting future residential objects of urban infrastructure are very clearly spelled out.
It provides for the general plan and the development of transport construction in the direction of high -quality transformation and the comprehensive development of the mains of the highways, increasing their common length, the formation of a qualitatively new motor structure with a mandatory emphasis on increasing the comfort of the movement of public transport.
Developers and engineers – authors of the general plan also took into account the possible prospects for the development of transport infrastructure in terms of transportation of both passengers and goods. One of the priority areas, as noted, was the construction of a new international airport, the reconstruction of the existing Tashkent international node, including its total electrification and the possibility of creating the intracity railway.
The development of engineering and technical infrastructure is focused on the latest technologies, energy conservation, the active implementation of metering and control devices, an increase in reliability and efficiency level.
The general plan clearly states that the construction of new facilities using the latest building materials (gas block and pr.) should not affect the integrity of the existing infrastructure of architectural monuments and any buildings representing historical interest.