majlesi Introduction

The new Majlis city has been planned and built in accordance with the law for the creation of new Iranian cities to accommodate the area’s industrial workers, including the Mobarak Steel Complex and by-laws, and to absorb part of the migrant population, as well as to balance the ecosystem of Isfahan and prevent the destruction of agricultural lands. Recent developments in Isfahan and Iran, in line with urban and regional development developments, have moved the goals of the new Majlis city towards competitive goals, attracting support services to the matriarchal area, as well as diversifying social and economic groups.

After the planning and approval of the new city development plans, the new city development core began to populate and approve the development of a new city development area. Based on the detailed plans of the New City Council in 2004, the city’s development direction has taken a certain turn, and with the addition of the massive housing project in the New City development area, the city’s location is still in its infancy.

How to access Majlesi City:

The shape of the piece of land used as the bedrock of the new city of Baharestan is a vertical trapezoidal trapezoid. Its large base (north side) is about 3 kilometers, the small base (south side) is about 2 kilometers east side about 2.5 kilometers and its west side is about 2.5 kilometers. These lands are bounded on the south by the Meskuh highlands and on the west by the Isfahan-Shiraz road. The northern boundary of these lands is marked by the Dove Road. To the north of the road is the agricultural land of Zayandehrud, and the south side is bounded by the Judge’s Mountains.
It should be noted that the approval of the Isfahan city train connection to the Majlis via two routes in the High Traffic Council of the country and the choice of Majlis city as the terminus of both the city train routes that will provide quick and easy and safe access for the citizens of Majlis.