Surface Infrastructure Development of Astana Sub-urban Area as Part of the Functions of the Central and Local Authorities
Infrastructure development of Astana suburban area remains imperative for the complete provision of comfortable life activities of the population. The principal objective of the research is to analyse the infrastructure development of Astana suburban area as part of the functions of central and local authorities. The authors assessed different groups of the infrastructure factors which finally allow concluding the extent of efficiency of the measures regarding the modernisation of the system of agro-food supply. To accomplish the objectives, necessary calculations are conducted in the research through the weight ratio method for the factorsâ€™ assessment. The authors found that the provision of Astana suburban area population in various aspects will be most efficiently performed through the conclusion of the long-term agreement on the cooperation of the state authorities with the rural commodity producers. It was established that among the factors that contributed to the development of engineering and transport ground infrastructure, there was water supply, roads and public transport network. The most significant importance among environmental factors belongs to air pollution, water and soil. The complex assessment of the suburban area infrastructure allows to implement socio-economic zoning of the territory and unite them by the similar features into the assessment zones and sub-regions. The regional authorities implement the state programmes, carry out direct work with the economic entities, and provide the information to the higher-level authority. It was determined that the local authorities in the structure and content dealt with particular aspects of the agro-food market functioning.
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