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Consortis Geospatial’s team completed the development of the expropriation management system of the Region of Central Macedonia, in the framework of the project "DIGITIZATION OF THE EXPROPRIATION ARCHIVE OF THE HELLENIC BROADCASTING CORPORATION OF GREECE".
Engineers and interested citizens can now browse the application, search for the expropriation they wish or submit an electronic application for the documents of the file of an expropriation.
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On Wednesday 29th of December 2021, the contract for the study of the “Local Urban Plan of Pavlos Melas” was signed, at the City Hall of Pavlos Melas, between the Mayor Dimitris Demourtzidis and mr. George Tsakoumis, representative of the contractor ASSOCIATION OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS "GEORGIOS M. TSAKOUMIS & CO.” with distinctive title “CONSORTIS” and “NETWORK TECHNICAL STUDIES SOCIETE ANONYME” with distinctive title “NETWORK S.A”.
With the participation of officials and special scientists, the workshop on "Urban regeneration and revitalization of environmentally degraded areas" was held, within the framework of the Act "Ecological consciousness strengthening” and promotion of environmental volunteerism in the Municipality of Ampelokipi-Menemeni" of the Region of Central Macedonia’s OP 2014-2020.
During the workshop, issues, related to the Municipality were discussed, in two key sessions:
Consortis, within the framework of the Action "Strengthening ecological consciousness and promoting environmental volunteerism in the Municipality of Ampelokipi Menemeni" funded by the O.P.