A township and multi-generational cluster in Yongsan-gu, Seoul. yunhap news.
The monthly rent support project for young people, which provides up to 200,000 won to relieve the burden of housing costs for young people, has been confirmed to benefit about 150,000 people from the middle of next year.
The Ministry of Strategy and Finance announced on the 26th that the 7th Financial Project Evaluation Committee (evaluation committee) was held under the presidency of 2nd Vice Minister Ando-Geol Ando and decided on the results of reviewing the business plan and scale adequacy of four projects, including the monthly rent support for youth.
The monthly rent support project for young people is a project that supports up to 200,000 won per month for 12 months to 19-34 year-olds who are homeless and have less than 60% of the median income, and whose parents’ income is less than 100% of the median income. On the same day, the evaluation committee decided to support the monthly rent for about 150,000 young people for two years from mid 2022 to mid 2024 at a project cost of 299.7 billion won.
The project to change the Andong-Yeongcheon section (71.3km), which is being promoted as a single track, to a double track, the stance-Jincheon road project that changed the business plan to prevent damage to cultural assets, etc. Appropriate project cost review has been completed.
On the same day, the evaluation committee also confirmed that four projects, including the Seohaean Expressway expansion project, passed the preliminary examination. The Seohaean Expressway expansion project is a project to increase the 34km section of the Seopyeongtaek JCT to Ansan JCT, which is suffering from chronic congestion, from the current 6-8 lanes to 10 lanes. go in The project was carried out in preparation for an increase in population and traffic due to the development of surrounding cities such as Songsan Green City and Godeok New Town.
The Green Smart School project, which provides electronic blackboards and tablets, along with rooftop greening and solar power generation facilities in building 2074 of elementary, middle, and high schools nationwide, which are over 40 years old, also passed the Yeta. The project will run from 2022 to 2027, and the total project cost is expected to be KRW 11,906.8 billion (30% of the national budget).
The Busan Fisheries Food Industry Cluster Creation Project, which builds a seafood research and development (R&D) plant on a 36,556 m2 site in Amnam-dong, Seo-gu, Busan, and provides space for food processing companies, has also been confirmed to pass. 81.3 billion won (70% of the national budget) will be invested in this project from 2022 to 2025.
Meanwhile, the evaluation committee has newly established evaluation items so that factors such as response to infectious diseases and provision of essential medical services to the medically underprivileged can be fully reflected in future surveys of local medical center projects.