Tunja is preparing for a prosperous future with its new development plan

Tunja is preparing for a prosperous future with its new development plan
Tunja is preparing for a prosperous future with its new development plan

Tunja

Engineer Carlos Gabriel Hernández, administrative director of territorial planning of Tunja, highlighted today the presentation of the ambitious development plan for the city during an extraordinary session in the Municipal Council. Hernández emphasized that this plan, which covers the period 2024-2027, has as its main objective strengthening various key aspects of Tunja.

“We are facing a comprehensive plan that seeks to promote economic growth, strengthen our institutions, promote social inclusion and preserve our environmental environment,” stated Hernández during the session.

The plan, which consists of 303 pages, was presented to the councilors and journalists present, who expressed their interest in knowing in detail the proposals and strategies outlined in the document.

Hernández also stressed the importance of citizen participation in the plan implementation process. “It is essential that the community is actively involved in this process to ensure its success and long-term sustainability”he pointed.

The estimated cost of the plan is around 1.33 billion pesos, financed exclusively with the municipality’s own resources.. However, Hernández mentioned that other sources of financing will be sought, such as departmental projects and attraction of private investments, to complement this budget.

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The engineer concluded his speech by highlighting the local government’s commitment to the comprehensive development of Tunja and expressed his confidence that this plan will lay the foundations for a prosperous and sustainable future for the city.”

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