Thursday 22 July 2021 – 18:25
Milan, from the government 130 million for Giambellino, San Siro and Niguarda
They will contribute to the demolition-reconstruction of via Giaggioli 7/9/11
Milan, 22 July (askanews) – The Municipality of Milan will be able to access loans of up to 130 million euros, as part of the Call of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport of the “National Innovative Program for the Quality of Living (PINQua) in which it had participated with three proposals for the regeneration of the Lorenteggio-Giambellino, San Siro and Niguarda districts. All three projects presented were in fact admitted to the ranking of the call.
“These are extraordinary resources that are concentrated in some of the districts of the city that most need interventions – declare councilors Pierfrancesco Maran (Urban Planning), Gabriele Rabaiotti (Social and housing policies) and Marco Granelli (Mobility) -. We can enhance the offer for housing emergencies, build more liveable environments and with greater opportunities, and also safer intersections, spaces for pedestrian and cycling “.
The pilot project covers a vast area that goes from the center to the Lorenteggio-Giambellino district, mending the districts (total value 135 million euros, of which 100 financed through the Call). It is ranked third in the ranking and concerns the regeneration of the housing fabric of neighborhoods characterized by profiles of housing and socio-economic hardship.
Through the announcement it will be possible to access funding for the demolition and complete reconstruction of public residential buildings in via dei Giaggioli 7/9/11 (with the construction of 210 new more efficient, sustainable and barrier-free houses). Always connected to the Giambellino Lorenteggio districts, the superficial arrangements of the new M4 line West section and Center section, San Cristoforo area; the redevelopment of via Olona and the arrangement of the pedestrian entrance to the Museum of Science and Technology and the Olona-Modestino-Solari cycle path to connect the Cerchia dei Navigli cycle path with Solari-Giambellino.
Also included is the construction of the preferential road for the tramway line of the circular 90-91 from Piazza Zavattari to Piazza Stuparich and the cycle connection and the new Lorenteggio Library. The projects are integrated with other interventions already financed with own resources or other state or European sources: the environmental redevelopment of the Lorenteggio district with new green areas in via Giambellino 129, the cycle route between Piazza Napoli-Giambellino and the reconstruction of the middle school in via Strozzi 11.
The ‘Move in. Move the buildings, integrate the services for Niguarda and San Siro.