The city of Votkinsk (Udmurtia) plans to reapply for the status of a territory of priority socio-economic development (TASED). The head of the city, Alexei Zametaev, spoke about this at a session of the State Council of the republic.
In 2021, Votkinsk intends to implement 16 investment projects totaling 1.2 billion rubles. Thus, 127 new jobs will be created, writes IA “Susanin”.
Work with investors is carried out in close cooperation with Votkinskiy and Sharkanskiy districts. At the same time, the TASED development strategy includes 18 inter-municipal projects with an investment volume of 4 billion rubles. Their implementation will create 1.5 thousand jobs and will bring 90 million rubles in taxes.
The authorities are now updating the application. According to the head of the city, the status of a PSEDA resident will make Votkinsk more attractive for investors.
At the end of November last year, it was reported that the Russian government had made a decision to create the first PSEDA in the Tver region in the monotown of Kuvshinovo. Within the framework of five major investment projects, it is planned to create more than 1,000 jobs, develop medium and small businesses.