The authorization procedure for the use of the kindergarten built at 4 Zelemér Street has begun. On a nearly five thousand square metre plot of land behind István Györffy Dormitory, the municipality built the nursery school from EU funds, HUF 1.2 billion.

The new nursery in Postakert  is also close to Vargakert, Boldogfalvikert, Tégláskert and Epreskert. It has an area of 1,240 square metres,can host 96 children,,  consists of four care and two service units, and eight group rooms. The sidewalk for the nursery was completed and 20 parking spaces were created, two of which can easily be used by the disabled.

In order to start the nursery, the municipality will have to carry out a public procurement for the purchase of furniture and equipment, and the general assembly of the city of Debrecen will have to decide on the authorization of the institutional positions necessary for its operation.

In Debrecen, more nurseries are currently being built or under preparation than perhaps ever before. The first kindergarten in Józsa, also built with investment from the municipality, will soon open its doors. The Reformed Church is also building a nursery in  Józsán, for which the Tiszántúli Reformed Church District has already received the plot from the city, so the construction can begin.

The Reformed Church is also building a nursery on Nádor Street. The third nursery of the Reformed Church under construction on Nádsíp Street has already reached its highest point, the  institution will be able to host 56 children, with four group rooms.

The Greek Catholic Church  obtained funds for the construction of a 96-bed nursery school, and the construction has also started. According to the church’s plans, the nursery school in Tócóvölgy would be built by the summer of 2024.

The nursery of the United Hungary Israelite Community of Faith (Egységes  Magyarország Izraelita Hitközség) will be built by the end of 2024  with two group rooms and 28 beds  at 5-7 Piac Street next to the Jewish House that is also home to community purposes and Hamsza kosher restaurant.

Source: Dehir

Author: Debrecen4U