The Municipality of Benghazi reported that yesterday, the Director of Greek LEAD Engineering Consulting Company, Kanakis Mandalios, reviewed a three-dimensional model of the General Plan and expansions of the Benghazi metropolis. The municipality is holding a conference on the General Plan in the city today.
During the review, details of the general plan were presented, which aims to modernize and develop the Benghazi urban plan, which the municipality says will have many positive results. The most important of these are urban planning, connecting water canals, increasing green spaces, working to create a sustainable environment, establishing infrastructure projects according to approved technical standards and specifications, and refining residential slums so that they become residential neighbourhoods.
In these residential neighbourhoods, all services are planned to be available in areas of infrastructure such as sewage networks, water, electricity, roads, public transport, lakes, water canals and service facilities, including educational, health, sports, and various service institutions. These will also include the adoption of planning standards and technical specifications in the various residential neighbourhoods, streets, and public facilities.
The presentation was attended Saddam Khalifa Haftar, the Chairman of the Executive Council of the Municipality of Benghazi, Al-Sager Omran Bujawari, the Director General of the Benghazi-Derna Reconstruction Fund, Ali Al-Awjali, the Director of Projects Department in the Municipality, and Osama Al-Kazah.