General plan for Aero city approved
A general plan for the Aero city, a satellite city to be established along the New Ulaanbaatar International Airport, was approved by the Government.
A general plan for the Aero city, a satellite city to be established along the New Ulaanbaatar International Airport, was approved by the Government. The plan includes the urban planning policy that the individuals and entities planning to invest in the city shall pursue. Several issues such as decentralization in the capital city, developing nearby towns, creating jobs, and introducing new technologies are projected to be resolved with successful implementation of the plan. According to the general plan, the satellite city will have a population of over 51 thousand people and a highway connected to Ulaanbaatar, and about 9500 households will reside in the city. An economic zone and high technology industry will be established in the satellite city. Moreover, it is estimated that seven schools with capacities of 960 children, 12 kindergartens with capacities of 280 children, one vocational training centre with a capacity of 640 students, and 330-bed central hospital need to be built in the Aero city during the planning period. The general plan will be implemented in four stages over a period of 20 years.