The industrial enterprise

Basic information about ground area
The planned use of land The industrial enterprise
Location of the project Krimskiy district
Address of the location Adagumsky rural settlement, section 8, contour 4
Cadastral number of quarter It is not appropriated
Area of the declared (2) 507000
Category of the earths The earths of an agricultural purpose
Kind of permitted use For agricultural use
Actual use Are allocated in using to citizens
Availability of buildings, structures, constructions The site is free from building
Authorizations, urban planning documentation 1 from 20/05/2010y.
Information about the proprietor (legal owner) of the ground area
Proprietor The share property of citizens of former collective farm \"Southern\"
Legal owner Shareholders of former collective farm \"Southern\"
Kind of rights -
Information about burden
Kind of burden, restrictions No
Area of burden No
The characteristic of existing engineering infrastructure
Kind of infrastructureCapacity, diameterDistance to a connection point (m)
Electrical supply PS 110/35 kV Varenikovsky. 500
Gas supply -70 Till 2000 m3/hour 30 m to Zemledelcev
Water supply -100, till 21 m3/hour 70 m to Zemledelcev
Water drain No. 70 m to Adagum
Installation of telephones No, automatic telephone exchange building No.
Cost of maintenance of the ground area an engineering infrastructure (Million rbl.) After granting in services the design-budget documentation on building of engineering communications
Distance till large settlements and objects of transport infrastructure
Remoteness fromThe nameDistance (km)
Center of municipal union Krymsk 37
Center of the subject of federation The city of Krasnodar 147
Highways (regional, federal value) Krymsk-Dzhiginka 1
Highways of local value Roads Poselkovye 0
The nearest railway station The item Crimean 3
Nearest tracks Krasnodar-Anapa 1
Airport Anapa 40
Seaport Novorossisk 60
The additional information about ground area
Special conditions No
Cost of rent/repayment of ground area (million rubles) 0,05/0,09
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