Mayor Tunç Soyer, who examined the residences allocated to the earthquake victims by the Izmir Metropolitan Municipality in Uzundere, said, “We are making a perfect place where every need is met. "We invite earthquake victims to these residences where they will live without thinking about the one-year rental price."
İzmir Metropolitan Mayor Tunç Soyer examined the residences in Uzundere, which were allocated to earthquake victims after the earthquake that shook İzmir. Mayor Tunç Soyer stated that 56 houses in 4 blocks with 224 flats in each have been made ready to a great extent and stated that they want to end the life of earthquake victims in tents as soon as possible.
"We are preparing a place where they will live in peace"
President Soyer said, “We are making a perfect place. We prepare the buildings in a way that all their needs are met and we are waiting for our citizens. We are preparing a place where they can live peacefully in the cold, without dealing with real estate agents and brokers, without worrying about a year's rent. We also invite earthquake victims to these residences ”.
The items in the houses will also belong to the earthquake victims
Apartments allocated to earthquake victims were cleaned and made available. New items donated by important companies in the white goods and furniture sector were also placed in the residences with electricity and water connections. Earthquake survivors, who will have the right to live in residences for a year, will be able to take their belongings with them while leaving the house.
The old Hilton building is also ready
The final preparations for the earthquake victims, who temporarily stay in a tent, have been completed at the former Hilton hotel building. Disinfection and disinfection processes were carried out in the hotel rooms, the rooms were cleaned. Hygiene materials were placed in all rooms for earthquake victims to be placed on a total of 12 floors, including the 30th and 19th floors. A laundry with four washing machines and four dryers is also installed in the building. Izmir Metropolitan Municipality will serve three meals a day from the soup kitchen for the earthquake victims who will stay in the hotel building for three months. At the entrance of the hotel, a welcoming area with staff and a separate section for tea and coffee service has been created. Until January 31, Metropolitan Municipality personnel will be at the hotel for the needs and safety of the earthquake victims. Izmir Metropolitan Municipality will also meet the masks, gloves and disinfectant needs of the earthquake victims who will stay in the building. No visitors will be accepted to the rooms. The fever of those entering the building will be measured, and there will be a doctor and medical personnel in the building.
Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Tunç Soyer announced that they allocated 5 rooms in the 380-star hotel building, in which the Metropolitan Municipality and Ata Holding are shareholders, for 3 months free of charge to earthquake victims in Izmir.