As per the data of the National Agency of the Public Registry of Georgia, there are two buildings
and are the property of the Municipality. Out of these two buildings, (i) one, which is a public
toilet, is rented by an individual entrepreneur, and (ii) another is rented by 1 company.
At present, the tourists and local population use the territory of the project zone for the following
sell souvenirs and agricultural products.
Social survey in the study area was conducted on April 2
3-28 of 2017. The eligibility to receive
compensation is limited to PAPs present on site prior to the cut-off date, which
was fixed as April
All APs received information booklets, where April 28 was indicated as a cut-off date
(see Annex II). APs signed a confirmation that they have received the information booklet.The
legal or natural person, who will start business on this area after this critical date, will not be
entitled to the compensation. The information about the
cut-oof date was provided to all formal
and informal business owners and employees in the project zone.
There are 42 potential PAPs on the project site.
23 APs in the project area are owners of legal businesses (15 APs) or employees of these businesses
One AP has concluded an agreement for renting the territory and premise with Dusheti
Micro Entrepreneur has concluded an agreement for renting the territory and premise with
Dusheti Municipality (public toilet). Two APs are employed to serve the toilet. These 2 people are
AP’s parents, making total of 3 APs.
There is informal association formed with 11 Micro Entrepreneurs, one of which rents the
making total of 11 APs.
As for the other 19 APs, they run informal businesses in the project zone.
12 PAPs, as
entities pay taxes to the budgets; however, the right to manufacture the souvenirs does not give
them the right to sell the souvenirs in the project zone as they don't have official places to sell their
goods. Consequently, their business in the project zone is considered as
, with their benches located at the end of the path running to
Ananuri Complex (Figure 1), in the area adjacent to the project zone. As these persons state,
following the fact that they are Church Servants and do not run business in the project zone, they
will not be under a negative impact of the project. These entities refused to take part in the social
survey and consequently, they refused to receive the compensation;
1 PAP offers taking pictures on back a horse dressed in the national clothes (Figure 1). This
Complex. He also refused to take part in the social survey and consequently, he refused to receive
the compensation, because as he thinks, he will not be subject to any negative impact of the Project;
4. 3 PAPs are 2-3 meters away from the project zone and they also run business informal, trading
The 8 PAPs described above (#2, 3, and 4)
will not be affected by project as per project design. They
can continue their activities and they will not compensated. Compensation or assistance for these
8 PAPs will be budgeted under ‘reserve’ in case of changes to the project design as they are located
in the immediately adjacent area to the project.
The project also envisages the rehabilitation of the path
leading to Ananuri Complex. This is one
of 4 vehicle passages connecting Ananuri village to the tourist complex. Under the work schedule,
the duration of the rehabilitation of the given road is 1 month. Only Five households of Ananuri
village use this road. These households will have limited driving capability
to Zhinvali water
reservoir for one month. There is a diversion road, which can be used by the residents in the course
of the road rehabilitation
; it extends the route they have to drive by approximately 1.5 km. This
preparation and appropriate signs will be posted during the course of the project. At the same time,
after the project realization, this road with its pavement being a very poor quality will be covered
by a bituminous concrete pavement what will reduce the noise and vibration caused by the traffic.
This will have a positive impact not only on the residents of the area, but on the Ananuri Complex
as well. In addition, the new pavement will reduce the level of the car amortization.
In other respects, the subproject will not have any negative impact on the residents of village
At the stage of preparation of the Resettlement Action Plan, a number of meetings were held with
the APs and other interested stakeholde. All interested persons were given the information leaflets
prepared within the scope of the subproject giving them the information about the subproject. The
leaflet and in-person meetings also described the rights and obligations of the APs in the course
the social survey and personal meetings, the APs and other concerned entities expressed a number
Individuals, who do not have a church rank under the ecclesiastical hierarchy, but are engaged in church liturgical