Göztepe-Ataşehir-Ümraniye Metro Line Everybody Complain

The project continued to appeal to the project of Göztepe-Ataşehir-Ümraniye Metro line. Provincial Health Directorates who reacted to the passing of subway under Erenköy Mental and Neurological Diseases Hospital without being asked by famous companies who lost their value due to the metro line passing through their land were not taken into consideration by IMM. Starting the judicial process against the metro line plan is on the agenda Metro

SözcüAccording to Özlem GÜVEMLİ'ın, 13 km long and 11 station consisting of the Göztepe-Ataşehir-Ümraniye Metro line for the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) by 2016 in the objections to the development plans made 2 years later came to the agenda. The objections conveyed to IMM by the institutions and organizations which were affected negatively from the line were returned to the Directorate of Transportation Planning to be evaluated in December of 2016. Directorate of Transportation Planning 8 January 2018 has completed the evaluation of the objections and forwarded to IMM. Transportation Plans Directorate rejected all objections.


Who object to the metro plan within the suspension process Kadıköy The main reason for the Municipality is that the metro station is located in the 60th Year Göztepe Park. Kadıköy In his objection letter, the municipality stated that the integrity and quality of the park was impaired and he also pointed out that a dead-end street was created on Captain İhsan Sokak and asked for an arrangement accordingly.


Istanbul Provincial Directorate of Health in the appeal of the metro line Erenköy Mental and Neurological Diseases Education and Research Hospital, which belongs to the treasury of the treasury and the 96 thousand square meters of land allocated to the Ministry of Health, despite the plan, said they received no opinion. In the following years, if additional buildings were built and the hospital buildings were rebuilt, the subway line would create problems in the project and construction phase, and the parcel where the hospital was located was asked to be protected as a b health facility İler. The Provincial Health Directorate, asking the parcel to be taken out of the subway line, was informed that the legal process was initiated against the upper scale plan.


Soyak-Hipmar Trade Center Construction and Trade Inc. used the right of appeal due to the fact that the line ar Soyak Yenişehir Station geç passed its own land. The company stated in the appeal letter that the use of commercial zoning rights, which are already low due to the metro station, will be largely prevented and reduced. It was stated that the commercial value of the land would decrease because of the need for the transfer parking lot to be created by the metro station, and the roads and pavements affecting it in front of the plot. It should be noted that it would not be possible to compensate for the expropriation costs of the areas to be occupied for the entrance of the land and the land area which was actually raped in the construction of the road.


Metro Properties Real Estate Investment Inc. also complained about the plans of the new metro line. The company stated that approximately one third of the 2665 island 10 parcel in Ataşehir, where they are owned, in the line and protection area. This parcel is expected to be finalized in the near future in the framework of the revision zoning plan high-rise office blocks, multi-storey car park and retail stores will be a mixed-use project planned to be recorded. In the plan notes of the railway system line, it was emphasized that the landscaping areas and the construction excavation areas, defined as the aboveground building area, could adversely affect both the existing savings on the land and the development project planned in the future. According to the current plan, restructuring rights may be restricted.

The Transportation Planning Directorate rejected all objections. The relevant commissions did not find the objections appropriate. The report on the objections submitted in the IBB Parliament passed the majority of votes.

Source : www.sozcu.com.tr

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