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Kindergarten in Debrecen has been renovated with hundreds of millions of forints

Kindergarten in Debrecen has been renovated with hundreds of millions of forints

There have been developments in Debrecen for years, which are renewing the city’s institutional system, mainly to make children, young people and even the elderly feel more comfortable and better. Now we can be happy about another institutional renewal – said Laszlo Papp, Mayor, at the renovated Gáborjáni Szabó Kálmán utca nursery in Debrecen on February 21.

The Gáborjáni Szabó Kálmán Utcai Member of the United Kindergarten Foundation was built in the provincial city of Debrecen in 1967 and has not undergone a major and comprehensive renovation in recent decades.

According to the municipality’s statement, the complex was renovated in a timely manner, thanks to the renovation of energy – thermal insulation, complete replacement of doors and windows, installation of a solar power system – and the mechanical system of the building was carried out. renewed as well. Thanks to all this, the enterprise can be operated in a way that is more environmentally conscious, sustainable, efficient and cheaper than before from a vital point of view. In addition, the floor of the corridors, workrooms, services, playground and roads inside the enclosure were renovated, the institution was made barrier-free, and a parking lot for the disabled was created.

The investment was made in the amount of 322 million HUF in support of the European Union.

The nursery has 76 beds and currently serves 72 children, which practically means 100 percent utilization. In the budget year, the city also acquires new equipment related to the operation of the enterprise. László Papp said that thanks to the institutions that have been renovated in recent years, the city can show a significant reduction in carbon dioxide emissions of more than 4,300 tons. The city was able to provide 375,000 kilowatt-hours of electrical energy by using integrated solar systems, so that it can produce 3 million kilowatt-hours. Thanks to institutional renovations, gas savings amounted to more than 4,000 cubic metres, and Debrecen saved 40,000 GJ of energy in terms of district heating. László Papp emphasized that Debrecen intends to continue increasing the number of its establishments, renovating them and making them more comfortable under an important program this year.

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Regarding the 2023 budget, the city council will decide on the institutional development investments at the February 23 meeting.

Member of Parliament László Pósán said that the renovated kindergarten in Gáborjáni Szabó Kálmán utca is located in one of the oldest residential complexes in the city, Fényes udvar, where more and more young families live. This renewed institution could also be key to the fact that this part of town can provide a perspective for these young families.

Erzsébet Katona, Head of the Kindergarten on Szabó Kálmán Street in Gáborján, thanked the city administration for the opportunity to renovate the institution, which will allow children to be welcomed in a beautiful environment, which will be even more beautiful thanks to the purchase of equipment.

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