February 14, 2017

Working hand-in-hand with local communities

The ESJF conducts all surveys and activities in close cooperation with local authorities in all the towns and villages where it works, carefully planning architectural plans to fit in with the local environment and the specific needs of the local people. During our surveys this week in Ukrainian Transcarpathia, ESJF Transcapthian Projects Manager  Ian Galevski met with the mayors of Storozhnytsia, Dubrynychi, Zarichovo and Kholmets. Where formal planning permission authorisations were handed over. We look forward to opening the tender process and starting work shortly on protecting these cemetery sites.

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