- Airport Plans Suspended: The zoning plans approved by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization for the 3rd airport to be built in Istanbul on 5 June have been suspended. Project plans, which have been processed for the first time in 1/100 thousand plans, which are described as the constitution of Istanbul, will be suspended on July 16.
76, 5 to the north of Istanbul will be built on an area of 1 million square meters. 3 / 1 thousand scale Environmental Plan Plan change prepared for the airport, 100 / 1bin scale Master Plan and 5 / bin scale Implementation Plan, Provincial Directorate of Environment and Urbanization billboard was suspended on the website. 1 June 5 approved plans by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization, the 2014 30 the appeal period at the end of the day will be suspended in July.
3.HAVALİMANI IN THE FIRST TIME PLANS
The 3rd Airport, whose images were previously shared in the media, was not included in the 1/100 thousand scaled Environmental Plan, which is considered the constitution of Istanbul. Thus, the airport, which was not included in the Environmental Plan prepared in 2009 under the presidency of Istanbul Mayor Kadir Topbaş, was processed for the first time. The plan, which aimed to protect the forests in the north of Istanbul, was expected to grow in the direction of the east-west axis of the city and the airport to be built in Silivri.
MINISTRY OF AUTHORIZATION AND MARITIME TRANSPORTATION
In the 1 / thousand plan notes bin the conditions of construction related to the airport; According to the urban design project to be deemed appropriate by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization, the Ministry of Transportation, Maritime Affairs and Communications will be approved according to the preliminary project to be approved leşme. In the plans of the 1 / 5 thousand, the phrase ise Ministry of Environment and Urbanization N is drawn. 3. During the construction of the airport, it is stated in the plan notes that it will be complied with in the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report.