Kadıköy Haydarpaşa Rebellion from the Mayor

Kadıköy Haydarpaşa Revolt from the Mayor:Kadıköy Mayor Aykurt Nuhoğlu said, “Do we have to open everywhere? Let's make Haydarpaşa Railway Station a national park and turn it into an area that the public will use. ” said.

An output similar to the statements of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (İbb) President Kadir Topbaş, saying, "Some ministries should remove the authority of institutions to plan in Istanbul." Kadıköy It came from the Mayor Aykurt Nuhoğlu. Addressing the parliament at the regular meeting of the İbb Assembly in October, Nuhoğlu made a statement about the Haydarpaşa Station, which was considered to be privatized by Fikirtepe and the Minister of Finance, Mehmet Şimşek, who has not been able to navigate for 4 years. Nuhoğlu defended the construction of Haydarpaşa Railway Station as a national park and said, "Do we have to open everywhere?" asked.

“THE PROCESS ON FIKIRTEPE SHOULD ACCELERATE”

Returning to his tangle for 4 years, Nuhoğlu said that the process should be accelerated in the Fikirtepe urban transformation project, “Nearly 100 thousand people will live in Fikirtepe. Currently, 4 licenses have passed, others are waiting. At present, he is switching between İbb and the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization. How long will this problem continue? Why did he go to Ankara when he could solve this problem? The process regarding Fikirtepe needs to be accelerated. In this regard, the parliament should do its best to be an actor as soon as possible. ”

“THERE IS NOT A PLACE TO BRING HAYDARPAŞ TO THE INVENTORY”

Nuhoğlu, recently Kadıköy He also talked about Haydarpaşa Station, which was rejected by the Municipality for the restoration license application on the grounds that it was not suitable for the original project. Stating that nearly 200 decares of land in Haydarpaşa and its surroundings have been opened for construction, Nuhoğlu said, “This is a land that has been used as a public land for nearly a thousand years in Istanbul. Nearly 200 decares of land including the Üsküdar side are the last remaining land in Istanbul. ”

Emphasizing the value of Haydarpaşa Station, which was counted by the Minister of Finance, Mehmet Şimşek, which is planned to be privatized, Nuhoğlu said, “Do we have to open everywhere? Let's make this a national park, let's turn it into an area that the public will use. We don't have to make money from everything. This doesn't have to be a revenue generating place, ”he said.

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