$60 Million Shopping Centre Refurbishment Opens – Cairns Central
Lendlease has officially opened the Cairns Central’s $60 million redevelopment in a ceremony joined by local retail owners.
In attendance was Michael Healy, Member for Cairns and Assistant Tourism Minister, David McNamara from Lendlease Head of Retail and Christie-Lee Jackson, Cairns Central Centre Manager.
The inclusion of a Food Hall within the redevelopment provided new opportunities for customers a range of new dine-in, takeaway and fresh produce options from Asian street food to European deli-style options and baked goods.
The dining area is a key focal point of the redevelopment and will be accompanied by a new Woolworths and BWS, which are expected to open in early 2021.
– Refurbishment of Myer (7,500sqm)
– Food Hall (dining options and food retailers)
– Woolworths Supermarket and BWS
– New vehicle express ramp (Food Hall access)
– Ticketless parking
– New amenities
– children’s play area
– Ambience and amenities upgrades
– Customer service desk
– Furnishings and finishes.
The Myer Store Refurbishment provides a brand new larger single level layout store on the ground floor boasting the latest fit out, new exclusive brands, cosmetic displays, modern lighting and fixtures, and luxurious new change rooms.
The redevelopment, which commenced construction in July 2019, is estimated to have generated close to 70 jobs over the past year-and-a-half, and a further 125 retail jobs on an ongoing basis.
Stirling Hinchliffe, Tourism Minister outlined that the redevelopment is a great investment for the region.
“The redevelopment of Cairns Central was a significant investment in the Far North. This $60 million investment by Lendlease demonstrates business confidence in a bright future for Cairns and the Far North”.
“Redeveloping Cairns Central cements the Centre’s reputation as a destination shopping experience ahead of the arrival of thousands of interstate holiday-makers in FNQ who will be looking to spend up this summer,” Mr Hinchliffe said.
Michael Healy, Member for Cairns and Assistant Tourism Minister outlined how the construction had carried on through the covid-19 pandemic.
“The work at Cairns Central had contributed to helping the city as we move through the global COVID-19 pandemic”.
“Building works at Cairns Central helped to keep almost 70 Far North Queensland tradies and suppliers in jobs during the pandemic and will continue to support jobs into the future”.
“The additional 125 retail jobs at Cairns Central are vitally important for building on the region’s economic recovery after COVID”.
“On behalf of residents of our beautiful city, I want to thank Lendlease for their investment in local jobs and confidence in the Cairns economy, which continues to go from strength to strength.” Mr Healy said.
Food Hall Options
– Rise & Bake (French patisserie and cafe)
– Hong Kong Street (Hong Kong yum cha)
– Hero Sushi (Sushi and other Japanese meals )
– Excel Fresh (food grocer, butchery and deli)
– Hanaromart (Asian groceries)
– BWS (alcoholic beverages)
– Priceline (health and beauty)
– Woolworths Supermarket
– Food Hall
David McNamara from Lendlease Head of Retail said “Today’s opening is an exciting milestone, not only for Cairns Central, but also for the Cairns region. The Centre has been the premier retail, fashion and community destination since it first opened in 1997″.
“We’ve delivered on our vision to give customers exceptional shopping experiences that reflect Cairns’ vibrant and diverse community. The expanded fashion, beauty and food offer cements our position as the largest and leading shopping destination in Tropical Far North Queensland”.
“Lendlease and Cairns Central’s owners, APPF Retail made this investment in the redevelopment because we have great confidence in the region.”
Anne MacSporran, Fund Manager of APPF Retail said “The opening of this redevelopment is an exciting step forward for Cairns Central and Far North Queensland. It will strengthen the region’s attractiveness to both the local community and tourists and will increase the economic vibrancy of the city of Cairns through shopping, dining and entertainment.”
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Acacia Marketplace Shopping Centre
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Queensland, Southport, GPS: -27.968672, 153.415603 | phone: 07 5556 6633 | stores: 158
Queensland, Bargara, GPS: -24. 818486, 152.455857 | phone: 07 3004 6888 | stores: 21
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Queensland, Beenleigh, GPS: -27.71722, 153.207042 | phone: (07) 3807 6949 | stores: 58
Queensland, Birkdale, GPS: -27.491975, 153.2184 | phone: 07 3154 6200 | stores: 15
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Bracken Ridge Plaza
Queensland, Bracken Ridge, GPS: -27.330505, 153.026444 | phone: (07) 3018 6090 | stores: 31
Brassall Shopping Centre
Queensland, Brassall, GPS: -27.597838, 152.745449 | phone: 07 3201 4255 | stores: 41
Bribie Harbour Shopping Village
Queensland, Banksia Beach, GPS: -27.044573, 153.137067 | phone: Not Available | stores: 10
Bribie Island Shopping Centre
Queensland, Bellara, GPS: -27.064979, 153.157312 | phone: 07 5431 8600 | stores: 33
Queensland, Brisbane, GPS: -27. 468926, 153.025332 | phone: +61 7 3231 9777 | stores: 48
Brookside Shopping Centre
Queensland, Mitchelton, GPS: -27.409179, 152.979339 | phone: +61 7 3355 5211 | stores: 116
Brookwater Village Shopping Centre
Queensland, Brookwater, GPS: -27.663599, 152.891208 | phone: (07) 3256 9399 | stores: 18
Queensland, Buderim, GPS: -26.687793, 153.04949 | phone: (07) 5441 5656 | stores: 14
Queensland, Bundall, GPS: -28.009961, 153.408064 | phone: Not Available | stores: 23
Queensland, Buranda, GPS: -27.50092, 153.036629 | phone: 07 3873 7300 | stores: 38
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Queensland, Burleigh Waters, GPS: -28. 076539, 153.422956 | phone: 02 9908 0321 | stores: 13
Queensland, Burpengary, GPS: -27.153689, 152.973774 | phone: Not Available | stores: 15
Queensland, Burpengary, GPS: -27.154088, 152.974113 | phone: +61 7 3888 5888 | stores: 26
Queensland, Caboolture, GPS: -27.085378, 152.949181 | phone: +61 7 5431 8600 | stores: 23
Queensland, Cairns City, GPS: -16.925117, 145.77169 | phone: 07 4041 4111 | stores: 178
Queensland, Calamvale, GPS: -27.613104, 153.053455 | phone: +61 7 3711 2705 | stores: 57
Queensland, Calamvale, GPS: -27.630759, 153.0458 | phone: +61 7 3833 9833 | stores: 22
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Cannon Hill Kmart Plaza
Queensland, Cannon Hill, GPS: -27.471394, 153.097909 | phone: +61 7 3399 3600 | stores: 51
Capalaba Central Shopping Centre
Queensland, Capalaba, GPS: -27.521575, 153.194949 | phone: +61 7 3245 8888 | stores: 102
Capalaba Park Shopping Centre
Queensland, Capalaba, GPS: -27.524097, 153.191918 | phone: +61 7 3390 2033 | stores: 139
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Carseldine Homemaker Centre
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Centenary Square Shopping Centre
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Central Highlands Marketplace
Queensland, Emerald, GPS: -23. 534234, 148.17473 | phone: (07) 4982 3547 | stores: 35
Centrepoint Plaza – Bowen
Queensland, Bowen, GPS: -20.001829, 148.24005 | phone: Not Available | stores: 14
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Centro Emerald Village
Queensland, Emerald, GPS: -23.518223, 148.155939 | phone: Not Available | stores: 31
Queensland, Lutwyche, GPS: -27.422225, 153.034736 | phone: +61 7 3857 5035 | stores: 34
Centro Taigum Square
Queensland, Taigum, GPS: -27.350805, 153.048081 | phone: +61 7 3265 2800 | stores: 79
Queensland, Sippy Downs, GPS: -26.717641, 153.049779 | phone: (07) 3256 9399 | stores: 18
Chatswood Central Shopping Centre
Queensland, Springwood, GPS: -27. 633066, 153.137575 | phone: 04 0905 6715 | stores: 22
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Chevron Renaissance Shopping Centre
Queensland, Surfers Paradise, GPS: -27.999751, 153.427819 | phone: 07 5592 5188 | stores: 59
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Clifford Gardens Shopping Centre
Queensland, Toowoomba City, GPS: -27.565504, 151.932227 | phone: (07) 4634 1371 | stores: 96
Clifton Village Shopping Centre
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Clontarf Bayside Plaza
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Collingwood Park Market Place
Queensland, Collingwood Park, GPS: -27. 624664, 152.856376 | phone: Not Available | stores: 9
Coolum Park Shopping Centre
Queensland, Coolum, GPS: -26.538575, 153.07906 | phone: 07 3832 0808 | stores: 12
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Queensland, Currimundi, GPS: -26.772777, 153.122932 | phone: 07 5431 8600 | stores: 20
Daisy Hill Shopping Centre
Queensland, Daisy Hill, GPS: -27.6438, 153.154104 | phone: Not Available | stores: 27
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Deagon Market Square
Queensland, Deagon, GPS: -27.329489, 153.057475 | phone: Not Available | stores: 17
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DFO Cairns (Direct Factory Outlets Cairns)
Queensland, Cairns City, GPS: -16.933132, 145.752827 | phone: 07 4051 7444 | stores: 71
Queensland, Jindalee, GPS: -27.53146, 152.947666 | phone: +61 7 3167 3555 | stores: 64
Domain Central Centre
Queensland, Garbutt, GPS: -19.275494, 146.758528 | phone: (07) 4755 0417 | stores: 56
Eli Waters Shopping Centre
Queensland, Eli Waters, GPS: -25.286752, 152.815569 | phone: (02) 9908 0328 | stores: 26
Queensland, Everton Park, GPS: -27.406937, 152.991614 | phone: Not Available | stores: 30
Fairfield Gardens Shopping Centre
Queensland, Fairfield, GPS: -27.509168, 153.026033 | phone: +61 7 3844 9831 | stores: 36
Focus @ Rothwell
Queensland, Rothwell, GPS: -27. 212588, 153.04585 | phone: Not Available | stores: 32
Forest Lake Village Shopping Centre
Queensland, Forest Lake, GPS: -27.624691, 152.968379 | phone: +61 7 3278 8999 | stores: 69
Freedom Homemaker Centre
Queensland, Capalaba, GPS: -27.52698, 153.192853 | phone: Not Available | stores: 12
Queensland, Gatton, GPS: -27.559227, 152.277442 | phone: 07 3851 3800 | stores: 11
Gladstone Central Shopping Centre
Queensland, Gladstone, GPS: -23.855048, 151.248861 | phone: +61 7 4972 0000 | stores: 27
Gladstone Square Shopping Centre
Queensland, Gladstone, GPS: -23.847389, 151.259042 | phone: 07 4933 5000 | stores: 30
Queensland, Gympie, GPS: -26.188268, 152.661386 | phone: 07 5482 9840 | stores: 19
Queensland, Gracemere, GPS: -23. 433463, 150.452714 | phone: +61 7 4933 2385 | stores: 23
Grand Central Shopping Centre
Queensland, Toowoomba City, GPS: -27.56175, 151.948591 | phone: +61 7 4632 5866 | stores: 151
Grand Plaza Shopping Centre
Queensland, Browns Plains, GPS: -27.662692, 153.040867 | phone: (07) 3800 7700 | stores: 163
Great Western Super Centre
Queensland, Keperra, GPS: -27.416038, 152.949783 | phone: 07 3851 3800 | stores: 45
Queensland, Greenslopes, GPS: -27.512016, 153.053745 | phone: (07) 3394 2244 | stores: 27
Queensland, Gympie, GPS: -26.199032, 152.667763 | phone: +61 7 5482 9840 | stores: 52
Harbour Town Gold Coast – Outlet Shopping
Queensland, Biggera Waters, GPS: -27.931294, 153.387403 | phone: (07) 5529 1734 | stores: 224
Harvey Norman Centre Bundall
Queensland, Bundall, GPS: -28. 010059, 153.408137 | phone: Not Available | stores: 22
Harvey Norman Centre Loganholme
Queensland, Loganholme, GPS: -27.664315, 153.174279 | phone: Not Available | stores: 24
Harvey Norman Toowoomba
Queensland, Toowoomba City, GPS: -27.59804, 151.94839 | phone: Not Available | stores: 14
Queensland, Helensvale, GPS: -27.923676, 153.33445 | phone: (07) 5573 4300 | stores: 38
Heritage Shopping Centre
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Hermit Park Shopping Centre
Queensland, Hermit Park, GPS: -19.278437, 146.801076 | phone: Not Available | stores: 7
High Street Shopping Centre
Queensland, Toowoomba City, GPS: -27.585983, 151.978634 | phone: +61 7 4638 1254 | stores: 24
Queensland, Bundaberg Central, GPS: -24. 87213, 152.349568 | phone: (07) 4152 9888 | stores: 74
Home Central Kawana
Queensland, Birtinya, GPS: -26.735679, 153.119686 | phone: (07) 5437 9963 | stores: 28
Homemaker The Valley
Queensland, Fortitude Valley, GPS: -27.449977, 153.040933 | phone: 07 3363 5777 | stores: 34
Hope Island Shopping Centre
Queensland, Hope Island, GPS: -27.867518, 153.349908 | phone: +61 7 5581 2000 | stores: 27
Inala Plaza Shopping Centre
Queensland, Inala, GPS: -27.598014, 152.974162 | phone: 07 3278 9244 | stores: 56
Indooroopilly Shopping Centre
Queensland, Indooroopilly, GPS: -27.499614, 152.972645 | phone: +61 7 3378 4022 | stores: 351
Ipswich City Square
Queensland, Ipswich, GPS: -27.613156, 152.758754 | phone: 07 3812 2111 | stores: 32
Ipswich Riverlink Shopping Centre
Queensland, Ipswich, GPS: -27. 609652, 152.759854 | phone: (07) 3294 5500 | stores: 160
Jimboomba Shopping Centre
Queensland, Jimboomba, GPS: -27.83113, 153.026264 | phone: 07 3286 4311 | stores: 36
Queensland, Jindalee, GPS: -27.534945, 152.947737 | phone: (07) 3279 0100 | stores: 54
Queensland, Kallangur, GPS: -27.251351, 152.99909 | phone: 07 5431 8600 | stores: 9
Queensland, Buddina, GPS: -26.703281, 153.130168 | phone: 07 5444 1944 | stores: 157
Queensland, Kenmore, GPS: -27.506635, 152.948625 | phone: Not Available | stores: 25
Queensland, Kenmore, GPS: -27.506748, 152.938995 | phone: 07 3725 4288 | stores: 61
Queensland, Kingaroy , GPS: -26. 542205, 151.836935 | phone: (07) 4162 5745 | stores: 47
Kippa-Ring Shopping Centre
Queensland, Kippa-Ring, GPS: -27.225569, 153.086647 | phone: (07) 3284 1766 | stores: 44
Labrador Park Shopping Centre
Queensland, Labrador, GPS: -27.936174, 153.397262 | phone: Not Available | stores: 14
Lilly Brook Shopping Village
Queensland, Kallangur, GPS: -27.241958, 152.993151 | phone: Not Available | stores: 11
Logan Central Plaza
Queensland, Woodridge, GPS: -27.642625, 153.113837 | phone: (07) 3208 0988 | stores: 53
Logan Hyperdome Shopping Centre
Queensland, Loganholme, GPS: -27.658333, 153.170745 | phone: 07 3801 9188 | stores: 214
Logan Mega Centre
Queensland, Slacks Creek, GPS: -27.636843, 153.134319 | phone: +61 7 3209 3656 | stores: 26
Queensland, Brisbane, GPS: -27. 468494, 153.027726 | phone: 07 3007 2300 | stores: 36
Manly Harbour Village
Queensland, Manly, GPS: -27.45284, 153.188606 | phone: +61 7 3348 3524 | stores: 89
Market Place Warner
Queensland, Warner, GPS: -27.2935, 152.952134 | phone: 07 3882 6766 | stores: 32
Queensland, Sunnybank, GPS: -27.572875, 153.064898 | phone: Not Available | stores: 41
Market Square Deception Bay
Queensland, Deception Bay, GPS: -27.194527, 153.029204 | phone: (07) 3204 7144 | stores: 38
Maroochydore Homemaker Centre
Queensland, Maroochydore, GPS: -26.660547, 153.083614 | phone: 07 5443 6929 | stores: 19
Marsden Park Shopping Centre
Queensland, Marsden, GPS: -27.678917, 153.115948 | phone: 07 3805 1079 | stores: 37
Queensland, Brisbane, GPS: -27. 457385, 153.033891 | phone: Not Available
Merthyr Village Shopping Centre
Queensland, New Farm, GPS: -27.466834, 153.047213 | phone: +61 409 477 787 | stores: 48
Metro Market Shopping Centre
Queensland, Biggera Waters, GPS: -27.932689, 153.400168 | phone: 1300 618 855 | stores: 40
Queensland, Milton, GPS: -27.468482, 153.002445 | phone: 07 3327 0100 | stores: 23
Queensland, Darra, GPS: -27.558939, 152.95085 | phone: 07 3264 4154 | stores: 10
Queensland, Moranbah, GPS: -22.001514, 148.044 | phone: 07 4933 5000 | stores: 17
Morayfield Shopping Centre
Queensland, Morayfield, GPS: -27.102689, 152.950242 | phone: (07) 5499 4255 | stores: 163
Queensland, Morningside, GPS: -27.465324, 153.07923 | phone: (07) 3370 1765 | stores: 10
Mount Pleasant Shopping Centre
Queensland, North Mackay, GPS: -21.119287, 149.158637 | phone: (07) 4969 2400 | stores: 73
Mt Gravatt Plaza
Queensland, Mount Gravatt, GPS: -27.539348, 153.082037 | phone: 07 3349 3388 | stores: 40
Mt Ommaney Centre
Queensland, Mount Ommaney, GPS: -27.548953, 152.940461 | phone: 07 3725 8888 | stores: 177
Mudgeeraba Market Shopping Centre
Queensland, Mudgeeraba, GPS: -28.079358, 153.365724 | phone: (07) 5530 3000 | stores: 42
Murrumba Downs Shopping Centre
Queensland, Murrumba Downs , GPS: -27.272382, 153.016467 | phone: Not Available | stores: 17
My Centre Nerang
Queensland, Nerang, GPS: -27.997926, 153.338571 | phone: (07) 5578 3199 | stores: 45
My Jindalee Village
Queensland, Jindalee, GPS: -27.53248, 152.942069 | phone: Not Available | stores: 14
Nambour Central Mall
Queensland, Nambour, GPS: -26.625706, 152.960231 | phone: Not Available | stores: 6
Nambour Plaza Shopping Centre
Queensland, Nambour, GPS: -26.626232, 152.961487 | phone: (07) 5441 5656 | stores: 38
Narangba Valley Shopping Centre
Queensland, Narangba, GPS: -27.172776, 152.937683 | phone: +61 7 3385 5338 | stores: 18
Neicon Plaza Centre
Queensland, Broadbeach, GPS: -28.028699, 153.431852 | phone: (07) 5531 6659 | stores: 31
Nerang Fair Shopping Centre
Queensland, Nerang, GPS: -27.993666, 153.331887 | phone: Not Available | stores: 15
Nerang Mall Shopping Centre
Queensland, Nerang, GPS: -27.999796, 153.33835 | phone: (07) 5527 3799 | stores: 31
Queensland, Noosaville, GPS: -26.415924, 153.048348 | phone: 07 5440 7900 | stores: 103
Noosa Fair Shopping Centre
Queensland, Noosa Heads, GPS: -26.398697, 153.08954 | phone: 07 5447 3788 | stores: 25
Noosa Junction Plaza
Queensland, Noosa Heads, GPS: -26.396672, 153.089432 | phone: (07) 5504 7663 | stores: 18
Noosa Village Shopping Centre
Queensland, Noosaville, GPS: -26.400334, 153.065251 | phone: 07 3256 9399 | stores: 19
North Shore Village
Queensland, Pacific Paradise, GPS: -26.614752, 153.081699 | phone: 07 3265 2800 | stores: 16
Northern Beaches Central
Queensland, Rural View, GPS: -21.065176, 149.157737 | phone: +61 7 3004 6888 | stores: 25
Queensland, Bunyaville, GPS: -27.394604, 152.996623 | phone: +61 7 3353 3591 | stores: 36
Oasis Shopping Centre
Queensland, Broadbeach, GPS: -28.030071, 153.432668 | phone: 07 5592 3900 | stores: 99
Queensland, Cairns City, GPS: -16.922396, 145.777112 | phone: +61 7 4000 2024 | stores: 28
Orion Springfield Central
Queensland, Springfield, GPS: -27.677527, 152.902035 | phone: 07 3470 3200 | stores: 181
Queensland, Oxenford , GPS: -27.891609, 153.312979 | phone: +61 7 5536 4066 | stores: 17
Pacific Fair Shopping Centre
Queensland, Broadbeach, GPS: -28.036517, 153.42803 | phone: +61 7 5581 5100 | stores: 339
Paddington Central Shopping Centre
Queensland, Paddington, GPS: -27.459064, 152.998025 | phone: +61 7 3220 3066 | stores: 29
Palmdale Shopping Centre
Queensland, Upper Mount Gravatt, GPS: -27.561161, 153.083546 | phone: Not Available | stores: 18
Queensland, Surfers Paradise, GPS: -28.002643, 153.429845 | phone: (07) 5592 0155 | stores: 87
Park Village Shopping Centre
Queensland, Middle Park , GPS: -27.55564, 152.922538 | phone: 07 5447 3788 | stores: 33
Queensland, Kirwan, GPS: -19.303724, 146.741564 | phone: Not Available | stores: 8
Pavilions Palm Beach
Queensland, Palm Beach, GPS: -28.122331, 153.472434 | phone: Not Available | stores: 17
Pelican Waters Shopping Village
Queensland, Pelican Waters, GPS: -26.834007, 153.108387 | phone: 07 5447 3788 | stores: 23
Peninsula Fair Shopping Centre
Queensland, Kippa-Ring, GPS: -27.225756, 153.087926 | phone: (07) 3284 8044 | stores: 90
Pialba Place Shopping Centre
Queensland, Pialba, GPS: -25.283036, 152.840188 | phone: 07 4191 3444 | stores: 31
Pinelands Shopping Centre
Queensland, Sunnybank, GPS: -27.589427, 153.060757 | phone: +61 7 3808 2990 | stores: 37
Port Village Shopping Centre
Queensland, Port Douglas, GPS: -16.482211, 145.462944 | phone: 07 4099 6083 | stores: 21
Q Super Centre
Queensland, Mermaid Waters, GPS: -28.046821, 153.40762 | phone: 07 5563 4888 | stores: 77
Queen Street Mall
Queensland, Brisbane, GPS: -27.469736, 153.025586 | phone: +61 7 3006 6200
Queensland, Brisbane, GPS: -27.468316, 153.026237 | phone: 07 3234 3900 | stores: 73
Queensland, Brisbane, GPS: -27.468183, 153.026145 | phone: +61 7 3234 3900 | stores: 75
Reading Newmarket Shopping Centre
Queensland, Newmarket, GPS: -27.437258, 153.007993 | phone: (07) 3856 1199 | stores: 40
Red Hill Homemaker Centre
Queensland, Rockhampton, GPS: -23.342817, 150.521643 | phone: +61 2 9908 0321 | stores: 26
Queensland, Redbank, GPS: -27.605619, 152.867823 | phone: 07 3288 5511 | stores: 91
Robina Town Centre
Queensland, Robina, GPS: -28.07758, 153.385212 | phone: +61 7 5575 0481 | stores: 305
Rode Shopping Centre
Queensland, Stafford Heights, GPS: -27.392244, 153.01148 | phone: Not Available | stores: 24
Rose City Shopping World
Queensland, Warwick, GPS: -28.215363, 152.031461 | phone: (07) 4667 0142 | stores: 42
Runaway Bay Shopping Centre
Queensland, Runaway Bay, GPS: -27.913717, 153.400518 | phone: (07) 5537 2566 | stores: 124
Samuel Village Shopping Centre
Queensland, Brisbane, GPS: -27.500584, 153.076298 | phone: +61 7 3891 2007 | stores: 27
Sheridan Outlet HarbourTown
Queensland, Biggera Waters, GPS: -27.930897, 153.387294 | phone: 07 5529 0809
Sheridan Outlet Mount Gravatt
Queensland, Mount Gravatt, GPS: -27.531522, 153.074357 | phone: 07 3349 2401
Queensland, Sherwood, GPS: -27.532512, 152.981206 | phone: +61 7 3220 3066 | stores: 13
Smithfield Shopping Centre
Queensland, Cairns City, GPS: -16.83615, 145.691968 | phone: 07 4038 1006 | stores: 101
Southport Park Shopping Centre
Queensland, Southport, GPS: -27.986157, 153.409854 | phone: (07) 5532 9911 | stores: 53
Southtown Shopping Centre
Queensland, Toowoomba City, GPS: -27.580472, 151.96398 | phone: Not Available | stores: 16
Springwood Shopping Mall
Queensland, Springwood, GPS: -27.613296, 153.12622 | phone: 3808 2990 | stores: 45
Stafford City Shopping Centre
Queensland, Stafford, GPS: -27.411329, 153.012324 | phone: 07 3352 6699 | stores: 77
Queensland, Maryborough, GPS: -25.538162, 152.697821 | phone: (07) 4121 0855 | stores: 50
Stockland Benowa Gardens
Queensland, Benowa, GPS: -28.009319, 153.39213 | phone: 07 5597 0151 | stores: 37
Stockland Burleigh Heads Shopping Centre
Queensland, Burleigh Waters, GPS: -28.097647, 153.440812 | phone: 07 5535 9666 | stores: 106
Queensland, Cairns City, GPS: -16.944018, 145.74009 | phone: 07 4054 3066 | stores: 113
Queensland, Caloundra, GPS: -26.803397, 153.124912 | phone: 07 5491 3488 | stores: 55
Stockland Cleveland Shopping Centre
Queensland, Cleveland, GPS: -27.525966, 153.268449 | phone: (07) 3286 4311 | stores: 58
Stockland Gladstone Shopping Centre
Queensland, Gladstone, GPS: -23.870456, 151.24249 | phone: 07 4978 1944 | stores: 54
Stockland Hervey Bay Shopping Centre
Queensland, Hervey Bay, GPS: -25.290311, 152.834644 | phone: 07 4124 5422 | stores: 107
Stockland North Shore Shopping Centre
Queensland, North Shore, GPS: -19.253415, 146.699518 | phone: 07 4779 6033 | stores: 16
Stockland Pacific Pines
Queensland, Pacific Pines, GPS: -27.945641, 153.324165 | phone: Not Available | stores: 27
Queensland, Rockhampton, GPS: -23.354215, 150.522438 | phone: 07 4928 9166 | stores: 168
Stockland Sugarland Shoppingtown
Queensland, Avoca, GPS: -24.887534, 152.318672 | phone: 07 4152 5788 | stores: 58
Queensland, Townsville, GPS: -19.299118, 146.762924 | phone: 07 4779 6033 | stores: 193
Stones Corner Village
Queensland, Greenslopes, GPS: -27.50025, 153.045293 | phone: 0404 831 113 | stores: 18
Queensland, Brisbane, GPS: -27.307365, 152.992258 | phone: (07) 3817 9600 | stores: 98
Queensland, Kirwan, GPS: -19.31912, 146.726667 | phone: Not Available | stores: 12
Sunny Park Shopping Centre
Queensland, Sunnybank, GPS: -27.571094, 153.065032 | phone: (07) 3345 7500 | stores: 44
Sunnybank Hills Shoppingtown
Queensland, Sunnybank, GPS: -27.61051, 153.055593 | phone: (07) 3273 5611 | stores: 84
Queensland, Sunnybank, GPS: -27.570257, 153.062985 | phone: 07 3345 7889 | stores: 140
Sunshine Homemaker Centre
Queensland, Maroochydore, GPS: -26.651325, 153.08097 | phone: Not Available | stores: 23
Queensland, Maroochydore, GPS: -26.65509, 153.088379 | phone: +61 7 5443 4133 | stores: 240
Sydney Street Markets
Queensland, Mackay, GPS: -21.144236, 149.187066 | phone: 07 4933 5000 | stores: 11
The Brickworks Centre
Queensland, Southport, GPS: -27.980214, 153.409182 | phone: 07 5591 2944 | stores: 50
The Gap Village Shopping Centre
Queensland, Brisbane, GPS: -27.445939, 152.952484 | phone: 07 3300 3377 | stores: 45
The Myer Centre Brisbane
Queensland, Brisbane, GPS: -27.470796, 153.024626 | phone: +61 7 3223 6900 | stores: 174
The Pier Shopping Centre
Queensland, Cairns City, GPS: -16.919805, 145.78023 | phone: +61 7 4052 7749 | stores: 45
The Plaza @ Emerald
Queensland, Emerald, GPS: -23.527955, 148.164251 | phone: (07) 3733 1680 | stores: 15
The Ridge Shopping Centre
Queensland, Toowoomba City, GPS: -27.59479, 151.949912 | phone: (07) 4636 1896 | stores: 27
The Strand at Coolangatta
Queensland, Coolangatta, GPS: -28.167912, 153.537904 | phone: 07 5506 5300 | stores: 81
The Village Centre
Queensland, Brisbane, GPS: -27.453875, 153.014088 | phone: (07) 3318 3674 | stores: 30
The Village Upper Mount Gravatt
Queensland, Upper Mount Gravatt, GPS: -27.558014, 153.08097 | phone: 07 3284 1766 | stores: 33
Toombul Shopping Centre – Toombul Westfield
Queensland, Nundah, GPS: -27.409006, 153.061878 | phone: +61 7 3266 7122 | stores: 128
Queensland, Toowong, GPS: -27.485076, 152.992664 | phone: 07 3870 7177 | stores: 91
Queensland, Toowoomba City, GPS: -27.59522, 151.948502 | phone: 07 4636 1896 | stores: 36
TownCentre Victoria Point
Queensland, Victoria Point, GPS: -27.585833, 153.283419 | phone: (07) 3820 7422 | stores: 37
Treetops Plaza Shopping Centre
Queensland, Burleigh Waters, GPS: -28.099907, 153.424872 | phone: 5593 8700 | stores: 41
Underwood Marketplace Shopping Centre
Queensland, Underwood, GPS: -27.607163, 153.109772 | phone: (07) 3341 3699 | stores: 51
Urangan Central Shopping Centre
Queensland, Urangan, GPS: -25.292974, 152.893402 | phone: +61 1800 006 286 | stores: 18
Valley Metro Shopping Centre
Queensland, Brisbane, GPS: -27.456972, 153.034138 | phone: 61 7 3252 7344 | stores: 38
Victoria Point Shopping Centre
Queensland, Victoria Point, GPS: -27.587648, 153.280595 | phone: (07) 3820 8100 | stores: 105
Village Square Town Centre
Queensland, Browns Plains, GPS: -27.664655, 153.045066 | phone: (07) 3800 8400 | stores: 43
Warrigal Square Shopping Centre
Queensland, Eight Mile Plains, GPS: -27.589794, 153.086526 | phone: +61 7 3423 2335 | stores: 15
Queensland, Waterford West, GPS: -27.692313, 153.134915 | phone: +61 7 3341 6263 | stores: 31
Queensland, Carindale, GPS: -27.503, 153.101621 | phone: +61 7 3120 5400 | stores: 375
Queensland, Chermside, GPS: -27.38476, 153.032387 | phone: +61 7 3117 5300 | stores: 339
Queensland, Coomera, GPS: -27.85426, 153.314702 | phone: Not Available
Westfield Garden City
Queensland, Upper Mount Gravatt, GPS: -27.562937, 153.082109 | phone: +61 7 3135 5450 | stores: 362
Westfield Helensvale Town Centre
Queensland, Helensvale, GPS: -27.927226, 153.335681 | phone: (07) 5630-5102 | stores: 185
Westfield North Lakes
Queensland, North Lakes, GPS: -27.241058, 153.016733 | phone: (07) 3491 9072 | stores: 253
Queensland, Roma, GPS: -26.573784, 148.790563 | phone: (07) 4622 2333 | stores: 14
Westpoint Shopping Centre
Queensland, Browns Plains, GPS: -27.659842, 153.039443 | phone: 02 9908 0321 | stores: 27
Queensland, Cannonvale, GPS: -20.290359, 148.674324 | phone: 07 4946 1505 | stores: 49
Whitsunday Shopping Centre
Queensland, Cannonvale, GPS: -20.277323, 148.700827 | phone: 07 4948 0441 | stores: 32
Willows Shopping Centre
Queensland, Thuringowa Central, GPS: -19.315561, 146.726354 | phone: (07) 4799 9100 | stores: 107
Wilsonton Shopping Centre
Queensland, Toowoomba City, GPS: -27.54362, 151.92479 | phone: 07 4634 1134 | stores: 45
Winston Glades Shopping
Queensland, Flinders View, GPS: -27.652733, 152.764737 | phone: +61 7 4638 1254 | stores: 24
Wintergarden Shopping Centre
Queensland, Brisbane, GPS: -27.469045, 153.026835 | phone: +61 7 3229 9755 | stores: 54
Woodlands Village Shopping Centre
Queensland, Deeragun, GPS: -19.245921, 146.675782 | phone: (07) 3733 1680 | stores: 11
Woolcock Supa Centre
Queensland, Currajong, GPS: -19.271143528523, 146.77958040082 | phone: 0747894551 | stores: 4
Queensland, Coorparoo, GPS: -27.493946, 153.057099 | phone: Not Available | stores: 10
Woolworths Marketplace, Albany Creek
Queensland, Albany Creek, GPS: -27.358329, 152.969018 | phone: Not Available | stores: 17
Wynnum Plaza Shopping Centre
Queensland, Wynnum West, GPS: -27.456823, 153.155137 | phone: 07 3396 0000 | stores: 67
Yamanto Shopping Centre
Queensland, Yamanto, GPS: -27.66135, 152.73973 | phone: (07) 3396 0000 | stores: 23
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Cairns, Far North Queensland, Australia
(Cairns, Far North Queensland – QLD, Australia)
An afternoon spent shopping in Cairns is always a very enjoyable experience, with plenty of choice in the city’s Central Business District, as well as within the suburbs of Clifton Beach, Mount Sheridan, Redlynch and Smithfield. A number of shopping centres and complexes are based within the city centre, the biggest and best of which is the award-winning Cairns Central Shopping Centre and Food Court. Opened in 1997 and built directly above the railway station, this popular indoor mall resides on Spence Street, near to both Florence Street and Sheridan Street.
Each year, the ten million+ people visiting the Cairns Central mall are able to explore just under 200 individual stores, which are spread over two floors and accompanied by some 2,700 car parking spaces. Flagship department stores here include both Myer and Target, while Bi-lo and Coles supermarkets are on hand, along with a six-screen cinema complex.
Where to Shop
Apart from the Cairns Central, other notable shopping centres include the Raintrees, the Smithfield, the Stockland and the Westcourt Plaza, each of which offer their own array of attributes. Also of note is the waterfront Pier at the Marina, where fashion labels include big names such as Dolce Gabbana, Gucci and Prada. Each Saturday, the Pier plays host to Farmgate, a local farmers market which is held in the atrium, between 07:30 and 14:00.
For shopping with a difference, the Night Markets on the Cairns Esplanade have become an attraction in their own right, opening every night from 17:00 until late, comprising over 70 different outlets, selling everything from homewares, opals and pearls, to crocodile skins and souvenirs. However, if you are looking for a truly authentic boomerang or didgeridoo at the Cairns Night Markets, shop carefully, since not all are actually made within Australia. A more reliable bet would be the Tjapukai Cultural Park in the suburb of Caravonica.
Let’s Go Shopping in Cairns
Apart from the tour to the best tourist attractions, shopping for souvenirs and rare items is always one of the most important parts of a great getaway. So on your trip to Cairns, make sure you drop by the following shopping centres so you can have some great items to bring home with you.
• Cairns Central Shopping Centre (McLeod Street)
Aside from being biggest shopping centre in Far North Queensland, this centre is easily accessible with both the Mulgrave Road and Sheridan Street leading to its location. Making its customers satisfied since 1997, it has over 180 stores dedicated to categories such as fashion, leisure, health and beauty, food and dining, and more. Make going to Cairns Central Shopping Centre a priority of the day, though. Except Thursdays when it closes at 9pm and Sundays at 4pm, this shopping centre closes at 5:30pm.
• Clifton Village Shopping Centre (Endeavour Road, Clifton Beach)
With opening hours that’s the same with Cairns Central, you have to move fast before Clifton Village closes on you. If you brought your car with you to Cairns, this is the most advisable centre for you since it made sure that there’s an ample parking space for it every customer.
• Smithfield Shopping Centre (Corner Captain Cook Highway & Kennedy Highway)
Be mesmerised with this centre’s long list of stores from fashion apparels and footwear, to cafes and restaurants. You may also check out its website for upcoming exciting events and thrilling stores discounts.
• DFO Cairns (Mulgrave Road)
If you’re after big bargains for big brands, you shouldn’t miss going to DFO Cairns. Since its establishment in 2008, DFO Cairns has been the home of some of the biggest brands such as Oroton, Quick Silver, Polo, Ralph Lauren, and more. What’s more, all brands feature up to 70% discounts from their original retail prices.
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90,000 XX. Requirements for the placement of weapons, equipment of weapons rooms, storage facilities, warehouses, premises for display, demonstration or trade in weapons, shooting ranges and shooting ranges
162. Citizens of the Russian Federation must keep their weapons and ammunition at their place of residence <*> in locked safes or metal cabinets, boxes made of high-strength materials or in wooden boxes upholstered with iron <**> in compliance with the conditions ensuring the safety of weapons and cartridges, the safety of their storage and excluding access to them by unauthorized persons.
(as amended by the Orders of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 07.06.2008 N 504, dated 11.01.2009 N 8)
(see the text in the previous
In accordance with article 2 of the Law of the Russian Federation of June 25, 1993 N 5242-I “On the right of citizens of the Russian Federation to freedom of movement, choice of place of stay and residence within the Russian Federation “(Bulletin of the Congress of People’s Deputies of the Russian Federation and the Supreme Council of the Russian Federation, 1993, N 32, art.1227; Collected Legislation of the Russian Federation, 2004, N 45, Art. 4377; 2006, N 31 (part I), art. 3420)) . (footnote as amended by the Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 07.06.2008 N 504)
(see the text in the previous edition
Citizens of the Russian Federation who legally have weapons and cartridges can store them in places of temporary stay subject to the conditions ensuring their safety.
(paragraph introduced by Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 05.21.2012 N 526)
163. Weapons must be stored by legal entities in safes, cabinets, pyramids, racks and boxes installed in specially equipped rooms, in a discharged state, with the trigger set to the safety catch , clean and oiled, separate from the cartridges.
(see the text in the previous
On weapons assigned to employees of legal entities, in a safe, closet, pyramid, rack or box, tags are attached indicating the type, model and number of weapons according to the inventory and number book and securing weapons.
(see the text in the previous
164. In the weapon rooms of legal entities with special statutory tasks, together with weapons, it is allowed to store cartridges in stocks, magazines, removable drums or clips.
Weapons in their original packaging (boxes, boxes) and cartridges in a closure (zinc, boxes with zinc) can be stored on racks.
Bulk cartridges are stored only in metal boxes, closed with two locks, different in secret.
165. Separate storage is carried out in separate safes, metal cabinets, pyramids, racks and boxes:
(see the text in the previous
a) cartridges and weapons (except for the cases specified in paragraph 164 of this Instruction) … In this case, cartridges containing pyrotechnic compositions or equipped with tear and irritating substances, as well as cartridges that have misfired, are stored in a separate package;
b) decorated weapons of all types, containing precious metals or precious stones;
c) seized weapons and taken for temporary storage from citizens or employees of other legal entities, as well as the specified weapons and which are on the balance sheet;
g) gunpowder packaged in special sealed metal closures (boxes), and gunpowder packaged in plastic bags for retail.
166. Metal cabinets and boxes for storing weapons must be locked and have a thickness of at least 2 mm, for storing gunpowder, cartridges and items containing a pyrotechnic charge or pyrotechnic projectile equipment – at least 3 mm, and used for the transportation of weapons by air – not less than 1.6 mm.
167. Safes, cabinets, pyramids, boxes and racks are placed in rooms no closer than 1.5 m from entrance doors and 0.5 m from window openings, and boxes with cartridges and aerosol packages – no closer than 1 m from heating devices.The distance in front of safes, cabinets and pyramids should ensure that their doors can be easily opened.
168. For each safe, pyramid, wardrobe, rack and box, an inventory is entered, which indicates the types of stored weapons, their quantity and numbers, and also a tag is attached indicating the name and serial number according to the inventory of the room, the name of the division (legal entity) , in whose use the weapon is located, as well as the surnames and initials of the person responsible for the safety of the weapon, and the number of its seal or seal imprint.
(see the text in the previous edition
The above inventories are signed by the responsible persons and are updated as changes are made to them.
169. Rooms for storing weapons and (or) ammunition (weapon rooms) must comply with the following requirements for their technical strength:
(see the text in the previous
169.1. Walls, partitions, ceiling and floor of premises must be permanent: brick or masonry at least 360 mm thick, concrete wall blocks at least 200 mm thick, concrete blocks in two layers, each at least 90 mm thick, reinforced concrete panels at least 180 mm thick mm.
Structural elements that do not meet the specified requirements are covered with a steel grate, the rods of which must have a diameter or width in section of at least 16 mm, and the size of the cells – no more than 150 x 150 mm.
When erecting internal walls, it is allowed to make them from paired gypsum concrete panels with a thickness of at least 80 mm each with a specified metal lattice laid between them.
The paragraph is deleted. – Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia of 05.21.2012 N 526.
(see the text in the previous
On the fulfillment of the specified requirements for the technical strengthening of premises for storing weapons or ammunition, an act of hidden work is drawn up.
169.2. Ventilation hatches, openings in the walls intended for engineering networks, are closed with a steel grating made of a bar with a diameter of at least 16 mm with a cell size of not more than 50 x 50 mm.
169.3. Doorways are equipped with:
a solid steel door with a thickness of at least 3 mm, reinforced along the perimeter and diagonals with a steel profile with a wall thickness of at least 3 mm and a width of shelves (sides) of at least 50 mm;
with a lattice door from a bar with a diameter of at least 16 mm with a mesh size of not more than 150 x 150 mm, which is also welded along the perimeter and diagonals;
a steel box made of a profile with a wall thickness of at least 5 mm and a shelf width of at least 100 mm.
169.4. The aforementioned metal gratings at each intersection of the rods and connections with the profiles are welded, and the ends of the doorway boxes are embedded in the walls by 80 mm and cemented.
169.5. Entrance and lattice doors should have internal locks, different in secret, reliable fasteners and hinge devices.
Cross-sectional cross-sectional area of locks or locking devices must be at least 3 cm2.
The entrance door is additionally equipped with sealing devices, as well as steel eyelets with a minimum thickness of 3 mm for locking from the outside with a padlock or a second internal lock.
169.6. The room for storing weapons must be equipped with fire extinguishing equipment in accordance with the standards established by the State Fire Service of the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia, and multi-border security and fire alarms (at least two lines). All the lines of the security and fire alarm system are connected to the centralized monitoring panel of the non-departmental security unit under the internal affairs body of the Russian Federation, in order to carry out the control functions assigned to them by the internal affairs bodies.
(as amended by the Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 12.24.2003 N 1017)
(see the text in the previous version
Alarm wiring outside the armory is done in a hidden design.
(as revised by
Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated December 30, 2014 N 1149)
(see the text in the previous version
sound and light signaling devices near the security post (with round-the-clock protection) or on the outside of the building.
The alarm power supply system must have a redundant power supply, which is triggered automatically when the main power grid is disconnected.
The security and fire alarm system can also be connected to the security consoles of organizations (separate security units, posts) that legally engage in security activities at facilities where weapons and (or) ammunition are located.
(the paragraph was introduced by Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 12.24.2003 N 1017)
The access regime and modes inside these facilities with guards armed with firearms, used technical security equipment must ensure the safety of weapons and ammunition, the safety of their storage, excluding access to them by unauthorized persons in the period of storage, delivery, reception, loading, unloading, maintenance and carrying out control and verification activities.
(the paragraph was introduced by Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 12.24.2003 N 1017) regime, and in premises with other civilian weapons, the acquisition of which by citizens is carried out without licenses of the internal affairs bodies – with the help of technical means.
(the paragraph was introduced by the Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 24.12.2003 N 1017) (clauses 169.6 as amended by the Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated June 27, 2003 N 485)
(see the text in the previous
edition of )
169.7. For receiving and issuing weapons in the wall of the room or in the front door, it is allowed to equip a window with an internal metal door with a thickness of at least 3 mm, locked from the inside with a lock.
The window frame in the wall is made of a steel profile with a wall thickness of at least 5 mm and a shelf width of at least 100 mm, the size of which should not exceed 300 x 200 mm.
170. For legal entities (trade, sports organizations and educational institutions), the maximum volumes (quantity) of ammunition storage in one room (armory or warehouse) based on the positive results of the survey are determined by the commission, based on the fire safety requirements, taking into account the free volume of safes , metal cabinets, shelving and pyramids located in the armory or storage room. Armory rooms are equipped in accordance with the requirements of paragraph 169 of these Instructions.The storage of cartridges in weapon rooms by other legal entities is carried out in the volumes established for them by the standards for providing cartridges.
(as amended by Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia of 12/30/2014 N 1149)
(see the text in the previous version
The paragraph is no longer valid. –
Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia of 12/30/2014 N 1149.
(see the text in the previous version
The walls, ceiling and floor of storage facilities must comply with the requirements established for weapon rooms.
Warehouses are equipped with main and emergency gates, as well as additional lockable metal grilles. The gate must be metal, have internal locks and latches (top and bottom). Metal gratings are made from a bar with a diameter of at least 16 mm. Gates, grilles and entrance doors are reinforced along the perimeter and diagonals with a steel profile with a wall thickness of at least 5 mm and a shelf width of at least 100 mm.
Window openings are closed with metal gratings made of a rod with a diameter or cross-sectional width of at least 16 mm with cells of no more than 150 x 150 mm in size or an area of no more than 150 cm2 in the manufacture of shaped cells.
In warehouses, buttons are installed for emergency calls to police officers or to protect a legal entity.
(clause 170 as amended by Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 05.21.2012 N 526)
(see the text in the previous version
171. Organizations that have customs terminals or other warehouses intended for storing weapons and ammunition represent design documentation of these structures to the territorial bodies of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia at the regional level to check for compliance with the requirements of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in terms of engineering and technical equipment by means of security, access control and regime inside the facility, as well as requirements for the placement of weapons and cartridges in places of their storage …
(as amended by the Orders of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia from 16.05.2009 N 376, from 21.05.2012 N 526)
(see the text in the previous version
172. Storage of cartridges by legal entities engaged in the production of weapons and (or) cartridges , is carried out in warehouses equipped taking into account the requirements established for the production of weapons or cartridges.
(clause 172 as amended by Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 05.21.2012 N 526)
(see the text in the previous version
173. Storage of collected weapons and ammunition is carried out by legal entities in storage facilities or in other premises equipped with taking into account the requirements established for the weapon rooms, as well as those determined by the Ministry of Culture of Russia for weapons and cartridges included in the Museum Fund of the Russian Federation.
174. When exhibiting weapons and ammunition at exhibitions, their demonstration in sales rooms and in the process of events carried out by decisions of federal executive bodies or executive bodies of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, weapons and cartridges are placed in closed showcases (stands) equipped with alarms …
Showcases must be sealed (sealed) by the person responsible for the safety of weapons (museum curator).
In cases where the premises for exhibitions and demonstrations of weapons have the technical strength provided for by this Instruction for storage sites of weapons, it is allowed to store it around the clock in closed showcases.
175. Firearms, pneumatic and gas weapons can be exhibited at open stands during commercial exhibitions or during the demonstration of weapons in sales areas during the working day. In this case, each weapon sample is fixed to the stand base with a lock, which excludes the possibility of its free removal from the stand, and is equipped with an individual alarm.
After the closing of the exhibition or at the end of the demonstration, weapons placed on open stands are daily deposited in the weapons rooms.
Each showcase and stand is marked with a serial number according to the inventory of the premises, as well as an inventory number.
176. At each place where weapons and ammunition are stored, an inventory shall be posted indicating the number of safes, cabinets, pyramids, boxes and racks placed in them, their serial and inventory numbers, as well as the numbers of the seals and imprints of the seals with which they are sealed.
Inventories of safes, cabinets, pyramids, boxes and shelf labels are signed by the persons responsible for the safety of weapons, and are updated by them by making changes to them.
A tag is attached to the front door of the storage area for weapons and ammunition, indicating the surname and initials of the person responsible for the safety and fire-fighting condition of the premises.
177. In case of storage of weapons of several divisions of a legal entity in one room, by order of the head, a person responsible for the safety of weapons in the room is appointed.
In this case, the weapons of subdivisions should be stored in safes, cabinets, pyramids and boxes separately and sealed (sealed) by persons responsible for the safety of weapons in each subdivision.
In the case of storing weapons and (or) cartridges of several legal entities (sports organizations and educational institutions) in one room (arms room or storage room), by a joint order of the heads of these organizations, a person responsible for the safety of weapons and (or) cartridges in such a room is appointed.
(paragraph introduced by Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 05.21.2012 N 526)
With such joint storage of different legal entities in the same room, weapons and (or) cartridges are placed in separate safes, cabinets, pyramids, racks or metal boxes and sealed (sealed) by a person , responsible for the safety of weapons in this room, and persons responsible for the safety of weapons in each of the specified legal entities.
(the paragraph was introduced by Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia of 05.21.2012 N 526)
178. In legal entities with special statutory tasks, the first set of keys from the place of storage of weapons, safes, cabinets, pyramids and boxes must be kept by the person responsible for the safety of weapons, and the second – at the head of the legal entity.
In the event that the order of the head of the organization assigns the responsibility for issuing weapons to the chief of the guard or shift, the person on duty in the security unit, the second set of keys is kept by the specified persons and transferred at the end of the watch against signature in the book of reception and delivery of duty.
The procedure for storing and using the second set of keys in other organizations is determined by the order of the head of the legal entity in agreement with the internal affairs body.
179. Permits for the storage and use of weapons at a shooting facility are issued by the internal affairs bodies to legal entities in the structure of which there are shooting galleries, shooting-stand complexes and shooting ranges, after they equip the shooting sites.
(as amended by the Orders of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia from 21.05.2012 N 526, from 30.12.2014
N 1149 )
(see the text in the previous version
180. Covered shooting ranges, with the exception of those intended for firing from pneumatic weapons with a caliber of 4.5 mm or less, must have bulletproof walls and ceilings.
Semi-open shooting ranges, subject to the above exceptions, must have bulletproof walls, transverse interceptions on top in the firing zone and a canopy interception over the firing line. Walls, canopies-interceptions and transverse interceptions of half-open shooting ranges must exclude direct flight of a bullet of firearms outside the shooting range.
Open shooting ranges (shooting ranges) must have bullet-receiving (protective) shafts in the main direction of fire (target zone), excluding the defeat of people behind them, and the necessary safety zones with an external fence around the perimeter.
The dimensions of the safety zones of open shooting ranges (shooting ranges) can be reduced taking into account the topographic (landscape and relief) features of the terrain and the protective equipment used, including the design of the used bullet traps, protective shields, side earthen ramparts, including those that reduce the noise level, scatter (ricochet) bullets and their fragments, ensuring the safe functioning of shooting objects.Based on the results of a technical survey for open shooting ranges (shooting ranges), decisions can be made by the relevant commission about the absence of safety zones, if the bullet flight outside the limits of the shooting facility is excluded by the applied protective equipment.
Shooting-bench complexes for firing shot cartridges from long-barreled smooth-bore firearms must have a fencing of a shooting facility. This fencing in the directions and sectors of firing in accordance with the plan-scheme of the specified object is installed at a distance of at least 120 meters from the firing line (when firing with shot N 7 – N 9) and excludes the direct hit of a shot charge into people and any objects beyond its limits.
(clause 180 as amended by the Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 05.21.2012 N 526)
(see the text in the previous version
181. Indoor, semi-open, open shooting ranges (shooting ranges) and shooting-stand complexes must comply with the requirements for technical strength and safety established in this Instruction.
(clause 181 as amended by the Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 05.21.2012 N 526)
(see the text in the previous edition
182. Depending on the characteristics of the weapon, for shooting from which open shooting ranges (shooting ranges) are intended, their equipment is excluded at the following distances from settlements:
from smooth-bore long-barreled firearms – less than 1 km from the firing line when using a bullet cartridge;
from long-barreled firearms with a rifled barrel chambered for the central battle of caliber up to 5.6 mm (inclusive) – less than 2 km from the firing line, and sporting firearms with a rifled barrel chambered for rimfire (side engagement) cartridge 5.6 mm – less than 1 km from the firing line;
from long-barreled firearms with a rifled barrel up to and including 11.43 mm – less than 6 km from the firing line;
from pistols and revolvers (except for firearms of limited destruction, gas and signal weapons) of caliber up to and including 11.43 mm – less than 1 km from the firing line.
(clause 182 as amended by the Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 05.21.2012 N 526)
(see the text in the previous version
183. The shooting gallery and the armory room, if they are located in the same building, are separated from the auxiliary premises (classrooms, rest rooms, trainers’ offices and utility rooms) with steel lattice partitions. These partitions are equipped with lattice doors, which must always be locked. Partitions are made of steel bar with a diameter of at least 16 mm.Bars of lattice partitions are welded at each crosshair, forming cells no more than 150 x 150 mm in size. The ends of the grating rods are embedded in the wall, ceiling, floor to a depth of at least 80 mm and poured with concrete (cemented).
It is allowed to install metal safes in shooting galleries for temporary storage of weapons during training sessions.
by Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated December 30, 2014 N 1149)
184. It is not allowed to store firearms in shooting galleries during a break between shooting, as well as to leave weapons and cartridges at the firing range without supervision.
185. Instructions on the access and intra-facility regime are developed for each shooting range, shooting-stand complex and shooting range, taking into account the characteristics of the protected facility, approved by the head of the organization and agreed with the relevant internal affairs bodies.
The access regime to the facility should provide for the establishment of the procedure for entry and exit, bringing in, taking out (taking out) weapons, cartridges and other material values.
The on-site regime includes measures to ensure compliance with the internal regulations for the operation of the shooting facility (working hours of workers, the procedure for issuing and returning weapons, cartridges, maintaining permanent and one-time passes).
The paragraph is deleted. – Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia of 05/21/2012 N 526.
(see the text in the previous
Pass to the shooting facility of workers, sportsmen and citizens must be made through the checkpoint, which must be equipped with the necessary boxes for storage of keys and documentation, stands with samples of passes, instructions, schedules of classes in sections, and so on.
186. The suitability of indoor shooting ranges, semi-open shooting ranges, open shooting ranges (shooting ranges) and shooting-stand complexes for operation is determined by a commission consisting of employees of licensing and permitting work of internal affairs bodies with the participation of specialists from All-Russian sports federations accredited in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation, in one or more sports involving the use of sporting weapons.
186.1. The dimensions of steel profiles, steel doors and steel bars, from which the structural elements of the weapon rooms and storage facilities are made, specified in paragraphs 169, 170 and 183 of this Instruction, are taken taking into account the tolerances for the production of rolled metal.
(clause 186.1 was introduced by
by Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 30.12.2014 N 1149)
(clause 186 as amended by Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia dated 21.05.2012 N 526)
(see the text in the previous version
, edition )
187 …Excluded. –
Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia of June 27, 2012 N 639.
(see the text in the previous version
New COVID-19 vaccination points were opened in shopping centers of the Volgograd region
In eight shopping centers in Volgograd and Volzhsky, COVID-19 vaccination points began operating on April 10. You can get protection against coronavirus infection without an appointment – you must have a passport, policy and SNILS with you. Currently, there are already 10 shopping malls in the region, where you can get your hands on “Sputnik V”.
According to the regional health department, residents of the Traktorozavodsky district can get vaccinated with the vaccine in the 7 Stars shopping center. Today, the mobile team of doctors of Clinical Polyclinic No. 1 will receive Volgograd residents from 14-00 to 20-00, on Sunday – from 12-00 to 20-00.
In the Central District of Volgograd, immunization is carried out in two shopping centers at once. In the “Pyramid” on weekends, the doctors of the polyclinic number 3 will receive everyone from 10-00 to 15-00; in “Europe City Mall” specialists of the polyclinic № 2 – from 12-00 to 19-00.
Another mobile vaccination station began its work in the Voroshilovsky shopping center. Here everyone can get vaccinated from 12-00 to 20-00. The vaccinations will be given by the doctors of the polyclinic number 4.
In the Dzerzhinsky district, in addition to a mobile point near the Marmelad shopping center (working hours on weekends – from 12-00 to 20-00), vaccination against COVID-19 can be obtained at Park House. The doctors of the polyclinic number 30 will receive everyone from 12-00 to 20-00.
Residents of the southern districts of Volgograd, in addition to the vaccination point in the shopping center “Aquarelle” (working hours on weekends – from 10-00 to 17-00) can be immunized in the mobile center, deployed on the second floor of the hypermarket “Magnit” on pr.Heroes of Stalingrada, 74. A team of doctors from the Clinical Hospital of Emergency Medical Care No. 15 will receive everyone from 12-00 to 18-00.
Mobile vaccination centers have been organized for residents of Volzhsky in two shopping malls. The point in the shopping center “Prostor” on weekends is open from 10-00 to 17-00. Here the vaccinations will be given by the doctors of the hospital. S.Z. Fisher. At Volgamall on Saturday from 12-00 to 20-00 and on Sunday from 11-00 to 19-00 Sputnik V will be vaccinated by specialists of the mobile team of the city hospital No. 2.
The working hours of the points on weekdays are currently being adjusted, details can be obtained from local medical staff and on the websites of medical institutions.
Those who have already been vaccinated in shopping malls note the convenience of this method of obtaining the vaccine. The task of opening vaccination points in large shopping centers was set by the Governor of the Volgograd Region, Andrey Bocharov. The head of the region also personally inspected the work of one of these mobile points.
Let us add that today the next batch of Sputnik V in the amount of over 40 thousand doses has arrived in the Volgograd region – the vaccine is distributed among all vaccination centers; the necessary supply of the drug has been formed in medical institutions. Currently, more than 129 thousand people have been vaccinated with the first component, more than 63.5 thousand people have completed immunization. 55% of those vaccinated are citizens over 60 years old.
Recall that a massive vaccination campaign against COVID-19 started in the Volgograd region in January 2021.Visits to large and medium-sized agricultural enterprises in rural areas are carried out; the issues of organizing corporate vaccination in Volgograd are being worked out; together with the Ministry of Digital Science of the Russian Federation, the technical ability to organize an appointment for vaccination through the System – 122 is being finalized.
“Cappuccino” in the SEC “Piramida”
- Cafe for: breakfast, quick bites while shopping or before a movie show, for the whole family, meeting friends
- Cuisine: cafeteria, pastry and culinary products, natural ice cream
- Bar: soft drinks, milkshakes, smoothies, fresh juices, lemonades, tea, coffee
- Number of halls: 1
- Number of seats: 12
- Ordering cakes: yes
- Confectionery: yes
- Food and drink takeaway: yes
- Wi-fi: Free
- Parking: available
- Opening hours: every day from 9.00 to 21.00
- Table reservation: 8-961-080-52-11 and 8-800-770-04-94
- Address: Volgograd, st. Krasnoznamenskaya, 9 (SEC “Piramida”), 1st floor
Cafeteria-confectionery “Cappuccino” in the SEC “Piramida” was opened in April 2017. And while this is the freshest, so to speak with the heat of the heat, place of our network. A corner of comfort and homely atmosphere among the bustling life of a shopping center in the very center of Volgograd. We are located on the ground floor, opposite the supermarket, you will definitely not pass by the aromas of our coffee and sweets.
Cakes, pastries, muffins, rolls – many Volgograd residents consider “Cappuccino” confectionery the best in the city.
And our ice cream! It deserves a separate mention! 11 flavors of completely natural homemade delicacies in beautiful jars and waffle cones will amaze even the most sophisticated sweet tooth. Ice cream “Cappuccino” is made according to the Italian technology of the famous “gelato” and is full of real fruits, berries, chocolate. There is not a single artificial ingredient in it, only real cream and milk.
If you don’t have a free minute to enjoy our goodies at the table, take them with you. Hot natural soup in a large glass, cutlets or pancakes, cakes, coffee, fresh juice or smoothies.
“Cappuccino” in the SEC “Pyramida”, in addition to offering you to choose your favorite cake from the window, also provides an opportunity to specially order a cake for any occasion: for a wedding, anniversary, children’s birthday. We make custom-made cakes in the “Cappuccino” confectionery workshop on 7 Winds.But we value your time and therefore have provided an opportunity to order a cake in the city center. This is great if you want to impress your guests or surprise your loved one. A few minutes in a conversation with the manager of “Cappuccino” and you can easily choose a birthday cake from the catalog and place an order without interrupting your shopping or relaxation.
The Cappuccino cafe-confectionery on the 1st floor is just the beginning. One more pleasant surprise awaits the guests of the SEC “Piramida” very soon.
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90,000 Trading Basics, Part 11, System Trading Pyramid
Fig. 46 System trading pyramid
We have considered almost all systems, except for the two extremes: the goal and priority system (SP) and the emotion management system (EMS). Consider these critical systems.
Systems of goals and priorities
Setting goals and priorities is not as easy as it might seem at first.
A goal is a description or model of a future desired situation.
Any business must begin with knowing yourself, your goals and your place in this business. You should realize yourself both as a person and as a trader or investor. The first steps are to define your trading preferences. And the first questions that you need to ask yourself: “What do I want?”, “How do I want it?”, “And what should be the result?” Be sure to answer these questions in good faith.
Authors of the book “Intraday Trading” Van Tharp, B. June advise to answer the following questions:
- What do you know about yourself as a person and as a trader or investor?
- How do you prepare for work?
- How do you think and how do you make decisions?
- How do you respond to positive and negative external influences?
Take a blank sheet of paper and answer all the above questions in detail.I assure you, you will not waste your time. This kind of self-examination is essential to choosing the right trading style and methods. After that, you can move on to defining goals and priorities.
Take a fountain pen and a blank sheet of paper. Sit comfortably, retire so that nothing distracts you. Write “MY GOALS IN LIFE” on a blank piece of paper in large letters. Ask this question silently or aloud several times in a row. Start writing your goals that you would like to achieve in life. Do not limit your fantasies, do not hesitate, let the stream of thoughts fill you, let yourself go, do not try to analyze what you write, but just write out everything that comes to your mind.Write until the flow of thoughts stops.
Then immediately start analyzing what you have written. From the list of your goals, select the five that you consider to be the most important. Now, out of these five, choose two or three that are most important to you. Ask yourself the question: what should I do to achieve these goals? And again let the stream of thoughts pour out onto the paper with the help of the “mechanical hand”.
Next, on a blank sheet of paper, write: “MY GOALS IN TRADING AND IN INVESTING.” Ask yourself this question several times in a row and, like the first time, let your desires and thoughts materialize on paper.When the flow of thoughts stops, choose from the list of goals two or three that you consider most important.
Before embarking on the path of trading and investing, you need to realize that they are a part of your life.
Now take your life goals and trading and investing goals sheets and find two or three general goals in them. These are your main goals to work on.
So, you have everything to make a plan to achieve your goals in life, in trading, in investing.Using the above technique, ask yourself the question, “What should I do to achieve these goals?” And write in detail on a sheet of everything that comes to your mind. Next, in order of importance, select the highest priority tasks.
As a result, you came up with specific tasks that need to be solved. Solving a problem means breaking it down into stages and incorporating them into your daily plan. As you can see, we have dropped from the macro level of global goals to the micro level of daily plans and actions. It is the formulation and solution of tasks that will lead you to your global goal in life, in trading, in investments.
Human Factors and Emotion Management System (EMS)
The influence of emotions on the quality and efficiency of trading has already been discussed in separate chapters of the book, here we will dwell on this important aspect in more detail.
To reduce the negative impact of emotions on trading performance, you need to use adequate measures or tools. These tools vary depending on the nature of the emotional problem.
If you are not sure of yourself, then there is one instrument, if you are in a bad mood, then the instrument is different, if you are overwhelmed with excitement, then the third instrument, etc.Here are some guidelines that you can use when trading.
For example, in the book Intraday Trading by Van Tharp and B. June, there is a very good phrase: “The fruits of my labors and my success are needed by me, my family and the whole world.”
The same phrases can be written with the nose. Imagine that the tip of your nose ends with a pencil. Try to write any printed letter with this pencil. In this case, the whole head is included in the work. Happened? Now write with your nose the phrase: “The fruits of my labors and my successes are necessary for me, my family and the whole world” one on top of the other, the larger the letters, the better.This method can be used almost anywhere. If you are embarrassed to turn your head, then imagine that a thin needle or pin continues on your nose. In this case, the letters will be small, no one will notice that you are writing something with your nose.
Secondly, to cheer you up, you can enumerate and represent everything that can please you, for example: a loved one, nature, forest, sea, river, your cat, dog, your past successes – anything that pleases you. If you are on the street, then stop and look at the sky for one minute, remember or think about positive things, and your good mood will definitely be restored.We can influence the world around us only through ourselves, through our perception of this world.
Third, you can talk to yourself using a mirror. Tell your reflection about the issues that concern you. Do not call yourself names or scold, but just talk to yourself, as with an old good friend, and at the end, praise yourself, give a positive attitude.
If you made a mistake, then try in your imagination to “replay” the situation in which this error occurred, and to correct it, to do everything right.Virtual replay and error correction is one of the best techniques to help you avoid repeating or making mistakes in the future.
If you start having negative self-talk, focus on the positive aspects of your work or life. When you follow the trading rules, then praise yourself mentally or out loud. Don’t punish yourself when you break the rules. Do not call yourself names or scold yourself if you made a mistake, but rather say: “I admit that I made a mistake and am ready to bear responsibility for it.Next time I’ll do it right and make a profit. ” This is very important, as it changes the attitude towards oneself. Remember, if someone constantly scolds or calls you names, will you be friends with this person?
If excitement flares up in you, which can lead to rash actions, then just get up and walk. Move away from your workplace. Get distracted by something. You can do physical or breathing exercises, a good effect can be achieved by changing the posture or swinging.You can just have a cup of tea or a glass of water. Anything, the main thing is to switch attention from thinking about the market to other subjects, topics or activities.
Manifestation of emotions is one of the characteristics of a person. We need emotions and their suppression is not always justified. A little greed, a little fear, a little excitement in the trade does not hurt. Trading when you are agitated or depressed can be very harmful. The easiest ways to release emotions are physical exercise and stress, interesting work, dancing, visiting stadiums, concerts, etc.n. For the release of emotions you need movement, you need dynamics.
Another way of “dumping” emotions is their awareness and getting rid of them with the help of a logical study of the problem.
The above approaches help not only to “spray” or “transform” negative emotions into positive ones, but also to strengthen the spirit if you are depressed and upset.
Violation of trading rules or trading discipline is considered unacceptable in systemic trading. But, given the fact that a person is not a robot and he tends to make mistakes, such a concept as the share of off-system transactions has appeared in the thematic literature, that is, the share of transactions carried out with a violation of trading discipline in the total number of transactions.It is believed that having 10% of off-system transactions is acceptable.
As you can see, the emotion management system is the top of the system trading pyramid. Its role in trade can hardly be overestimated. This is the most difficult of all the other systems to perform.
Availability of effective trading plans, ideas, approaches does not protect a trader from losses. The presence of a trading system with clear rules for entering and exiting trades also does not guarantee their execution. It is human nature to make mistakes, and sometimes make mistakes.A person may forget, not be in time, rush or overdo it. Added to this are emotions (fear, greed, hope, excitement) that can peak during the trading period. Therefore, by right, trading is considered a complex profession that requires constant improvement (intellectual, emotional, spiritual).
Trading takes place not only on the stock exchange, in electronic networks or computers. First of all, trading takes place inside a person, in his “head”. Therefore, the key to success in trading is knowing yourself.
I recommend adhering to the following principles in trading.
90,000 Pensioners of the Moscow region were told about the danger of financial pyramids – In the region
RIAMO – 24 Aug. Based on the results of the first half of 2021, 78 companies with signs of illegal financial activity were identified in the Moscow region, 68 of them in Moscow and 10 in the Moscow region. Financial pyramids in the Moscow region are mainly focused on pensioners, according to the press service of the Central Administration of the Bank of Russia for the Central Federal District.
In total, 42 illegal creditors, 22 entities with signs of a financial pyramid, 4 illegal entities in the securities market were identified in the capital. In the Moscow region there are 5 illegal creditors and 5 financial pyramids. All data on the organizations of the Central Bank transferred to the prosecutor’s office, Roskomnadzor, FAS and other authorized bodies.
Schemes of deception
Compared to the same period in 2020, the number of identified pyramids has doubled. This is largely due to the lifting of quarantine restrictions.
“Among the financial pyramids of the Moscow region, projects aimed at older audiences stand out. Such companies have physical offices of presence and disguise themselves as consumer cooperatives or consumer societies, attract potential “investors” with promises of increased profitability, ”said Evgeny Balychev, head of the department for countering illegal activities of the Central Administration of the Bank of Russia in the Central Federal District.
He noted that both consumer cooperatives and consumer societies are not supervised by the Bank of Russia and do not have the status of a legal participant in the financial market.
For example, the International Production Cooperative “Paramainex Finance” offered clients to invest cash and non-cash funds in agriculture, construction, wholesale supplies of equipment, as well as cryptocurrency assets. The firm promised a yield of up to 25% per annum and supposedly a security guarantee. At the same time, the company did not conduct real economic activity. The search for potential clients was carried out mainly by the method of cold calls, and the clients were sure that they were placing money as a bank deposit.
A similar example is the activity of the consumer cooperative “Agropromvklad” with offices in Moscow and other cities of the Central Federal District, which accepts money “as a profitable alternative to bank savings” and promises a yield of up to 10.5% per annum. The cooperative also announces raffles of valuable prizes among shareholders.
Illegal creditors in the Moscow region still have a popular scheme of activities in which, under the guise of a leaseback lease, citizens are provided with loans secured by PTS.
“Signs of illegal activity under this scheme have been established in the work of such companies as LLC” First Leasing Center “, LLC” Leasing Distribution “operating in Moscow, as well as LLC” Capital Invest Leasing “, LLC” Leasing Direct “and LLC “LC” Avtoexpress “, registered in the Moscow region. Contacting such unscrupulous market participants may threaten with the loss of property, ”Balychev said.
Information on the identified companies is included in the list of organizations with identified signs of illegal activity on the Bank of Russia website.The Central Bank warns: before interacting with a financial company, be sure to check if it is on this list.
Investor proposes to build towers higher than 100 meters in the south of St. Petersburg – North-West |
St. Petersburg. 25-th of August. INTERFAX NORTH-WEST – Three towers with a maximum height of more than 100 meters may appear in the south of St. Petersburg. This concept of building a shopping area near the Kupchino metro station on Balkan Square was presented by investors at a meeting of the City Planning Council on Wednesday.
Earlier, the Gradsovet has already criticized the architecture of a single complex that Stroyinvest intends to create here after the demolition of the existing disparate shopping centers.
“After the last City Council, we worked on the mistakes. We thought out fundamental solutions. The most optimal, in our opinion, is in place of the low three volumes that we had – perhaps with too bold architecture – to put three towers, three accents. At the maximum height they are about 102 meters, they would take over, organize the space of this complex and work for the long term, first of all, “said Dmitry Sedakov, General Director of the Adamant-Project design organization.
The towers are designed multi-level, complex shapes to create a different visual effect from different vantage points, they also include hanging gardens. Parking is provided under them and on the ground floors. Most of the remaining space is planned to be used for offices. The facade solutions will combine ceramic panels and glazing, Sedakov added.
Taking into account the expressed wishes, the authors also “tore apart” the volumes of the future shopping complex in the exit zone from the Kupchino metro station, so that people could get out of the tunnel directly to the square, orientate themselves more easily in space and go directly to public transport stops.
If the concept is approved, it will be necessary to increase the altitude regulations in this zone. The reviewer of the project, architect Felix Buyanov, expressed confidence that the historical panoramas of St. Petersburg would not be affected in any way.
“The distance to the Peter and Paul Fortress is about 14.5 km. Visibility from the city center and an overlay on historical panoramas is absolutely excluded. The towers here can be 100, 120, and possibly 150 meters. I think further design will show their optimal size “, – said Buyanov.He advocated an increase in the area of greenery around the entire complex.
Chairman of the City Council, Head of the Committee for Urban Planning and Architecture of St. Petersburg Vladimir Grigoriev said that preliminary consultations had already taken place with the Research and Development Center for the General Plan.
“Undoubtedly, the appearance of these towers here absolutely corresponds to the law on the protection of cultural heritage objects, and on preserved panoramas, and on the objects of protection of the historical settlement.