六场半全场胜负彩开奖 www.bfbdrg.com.cn Old district to install the Nanshan model of the elevator
Bamboo Garden District, Shenzhen, the first to “eat crabs”, every week, both inside and outside the city guests to learn
Sunset, the 65-year-old Nanshan District Merchants Street Chui Chuk Yuen District Aunt Ma Jianli jump after the square dance, dragged his exhausted body to five, into the elevator, by floor, blink of an eye to the 7th floor home.
4 years ago, take the elevator home or Ma Jianli’s “dream.” Ma Jianli and other 14 owners after a long wait, hard “bargain”, the first to “eat crabs”, Bamboo Garden District, Shenzhen became the first successful installation of the elevator in the old residential area.
November 28 last year, five bamboo Chui Park official operation of the elevator. After more than four months of “run-in”, the elevator involved in the operation of tariffs, maintenance and other long-standing problem has not left the slightest “hidden danger”, the district an average of at least two groups of people each week to learn from outside the city.
Bamboo garden district was built in 1993, now residents are elderly. Shenzhen, such as the old residential areas abound, only Nanshan District, there are more than 100 buildings. Perspective Bamboo Park successful pilot, you can find a solution to the implementation of this policy to benefit the livelihood of the “key.”
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Five owners Lu Xiao and lamented: “old residential area to install the elevator, it is easier said than done.
Where is the difficulty? He told reporters about the procedures related to information related to municipal and district levels of relevant departments of more than 10 stamped.
Lu Xiao and said that four years ago, the provincial authorities introduced measures to encourage the old residential areas to install elevators, they began to prepare. The end of 2013, Shenzhen introduced the “Shenzhen City, the implementation of the existing residential installation of elevators,” and the Bamboo Garden District as one of the city’s three pilot.