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May 27, 2022

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The Higher Council of Public Works has approved the project of the new Genoa foranea dam

Giovannini : The efforts made in the past few months to start the National Plan of Retake and Resilience are giving the desired fruits

The Special Committee of the Higher Council of Public Works approved today the project of the new Genoa foranea dam, via free which will allow the Port System Authority of the Western Ligurian Sea to start tender procedures for the award of the opera. Making the deliberation of the Special Committee, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Sustainable Mobility has been reminded that Genoa's new foranea dam is part of the government's ten priority works for which a project is planned. expedited procedure of approval under the new simplification legislation (Decree-Law 77/21) and highlighted that the expected timeframes have been fully respected and in nine months all opinions, including VIA and the opinion of the Superior Council of Public Works, and the Conference of Services concluded, while in past these phases required up to four years on average.

"This is the clear demonstration that the efforts made in recent months to start the National Plan of Retake and Resilience are bearing the desired fruit and the allocation of substantial resources," said Enrico Giovannini, the minister of the National Resilience Plan. financial to projects that are able to make our country more competitive and sustainable are following the stages of approval and award of works. "

By the first June, letters of invitation for the award of the remaining stages of design and realisation of the work for an amount of 950 million euros will be sent. For the realization of the entire work the Port System Authority provides for an amount of 1.3 billion euros.






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