Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze has announced that 132 families living in capital Tbilisi and nearby Tskneti settlement have had their accommodations officially registered, Agenda reported.
The families had faced problems with registering their real estate for many years.
Many of the people are internally displaced.
Kaladze said that the families had to pay a symbolic price, GEL 1, for registering their property.
Tbilisi Mayor has also summarized his activities in the role for the last half month and spoke about the planned rehabilitation-reconstruction of Orbeliani Square.
The square will be one of the best places in Tbilisi. The cost of the project is 52 million GEL and it will employ up to 2,000 people,” Kaladze said.
Kaladze also announced stricter regulations for construction businesses and stated that the Mayor’s Office relevant agencies have issued 216 warnings over the violation of safety norms in the constructions.
We have also revealed 500 illegal constructions and legal disputes have been launched for 270 such constructions,” Kaladze said.
Tbilisi Mayor repeated that the New Year concerts will be held in three locations, in Old Tbilisi, Gldani and Varketili and public transport will be free on December 31 and January 1.
Metro will be open until 4am on December 31.