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Собянин Сергей
Sergey Sobyanin
Mayor of Moscow
Quotes
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Investments into the Urban Environment
We achieved the synergy of various transformations, and, as result, a pretty high-quality space in Moscow. European cities have been creating such space throughout their history. We had to do that in a few years. <…> We got a space where millions of people came to celebrations and festivals, or just to walk around the city
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Investments into the Urban Environment
The number of restaurants and cafes grew by 50%, the number of summer cafes increased twofold. Capitalization of buildings that were situated on territories of enhanced renovation of public spaces grew by 20 to 30 times. In general, the number of retail points in Moscow has almost doubled. All these expenses were compensated long ago due to the growth of tourist flow and business
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Investments into the Urban Environment
We continue, as it used to be in the Soviet times, building residential districts using pretty much the same urban architecture as 20, 30 or 50 years ago. The quality of buildings is changing, but the approaches to construction unfortunately remain basically the same. Now we are trying to change the structure of housing development, but it is a very complicated process, especially if the city has already been built
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Presentation of the Results of the Russian Regional Investment Climate Index
For Moscow to improve the investment climate, something cannot just happen. Moscow is a towering mechanism with more than 3 trillion of investments in fixed assets, with cumulative investments that entail the next round of investments. Shortcutting it to become a leader is not going to work. Government and business are to come together and put in a lot of effort in it
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Transformation in a Rapidly Changing World: States, Companies, People
We live in an open world, and a degrading city, first of all, loses people, investment, intelligence, its future. Catching up becomes extremely difficult. Degradation of cities is followed by degradation of states
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Transformation in a Rapidly Changing World: States, Companies, People
Urban intellectual transport system that is based on artificial intelligence, big data, information flows. A really expensive thing: billions have been spent on its development and functioning, but it provides 15% improvement of city traffic. Imagine that if the same task would be solved by expanding physical infrastructure, for example, by constructing roads and junctions, it would require around 300 billion roubles and digging up the whole city. Intellectual transport system implies largest investments and unprecedented efficiency
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Transformation in a Rapidly Changing World: States, Companies, People
If we have a 100% electronic record, we have exactly 150,000 spots that can be given for these mothers. Today, not 280,000, but rather 450,000 children go to kindergartens. Among them only 50,000 have been physically built in addition
14.02.2019
RIF 2019
Best Practices for Socioeconomic Development: Integrated Solutions for the Regions and Cities
The majority of our systems are closely tied to our information infrastructure, which made the process of getting other regions connected more difficult. <...> Breakthroughs are possible, as long as we unite the efforts of federal powers, regional powers, and work together
14.02.2019
RIF 2019
Best Practices for Socioeconomic Development: Integrated Solutions for the Regions and Cities
With Moscow, our primary objective was always to solve the concrete problems that were of concern to the public. We identified them and concentrated on them. And when we saw that we were successful, primarily through the response of our residents, which was our primary focus. A pleasant bonus to this response were our successes across a various number of ratings. For example, we had never thought that our ’Moscow Electronic School’ would turn into a unique international project. <...> The project’s success was in large part determined by the fact that we gave educators the ability to independently shape the content. And, having created this product, we realized that it would be a good idea to share it with other regions
14.02.2019
RIF 2019
Best Practices for Socioeconomic Development: Integrated Solutions for the Regions and Cities
We decided to create a simplified, out-of-the-box solution for the best 25 projects, which we could then share with and use in other regions. These are mutually beneficial projects such as, for example, our ’Supplier Portal’
04.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Developing Infrastructure for Economic Growth and Improved Living Standards
Most projects are not feasible without state support [...] The integrated development of the city is impossible without serious infrastructural development
04.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Developing Infrastructure for Economic Growth and Improved Living Standards
For each rouble of investment in infrastructure, we receive 3 roubles of private investment. We have increased investment in fixed assets by 70% in recent years thanks to the systematic and yearly development of both utility and transport infrastructure as opposed to spontaneous, one-time investment. For comparison’s sake, the growth throughout the country over this period was about 10%
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Presentation of the Results of the Russian Regional Investment Climate Index
Those of us involved in town-planning policy have sought to reorganize industrial areas and develop commercial real estate to create jobs. We’re talking about offices, industrial parks, multifunctional centres. 15 million square meters of such estate have been built in Moscow over the last few years
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
The New Economic Povestka* (NEP): The What, the How, the Who?
The agrarian, urban planning, financial, budgetary, and legislative sectors are already regulated to the point that there is total order. Total order is incredibly close to total disorder. That means that any action which is regulated to the highest degree is virtually impossible to implement