Lyudinovo and Lyudinovo District municipality is located in the South-Western part of Kaluga Region and borders on Kuibyshevsky, Kirov, Duminich, Zhizdra Districts of Kaluga Region and Dyatkovo District of Bryansk Region.
The total length of the district borders - 206 km. The distance between the Northern and the Southern borders - 32 km, between the Western and the Eastern borders - 40 km.
Lyudinovo, the district center, is located at a 170-km distance from Kaluga, the center of Kaluga Region, at an 80-km distance from Bryansk, the center of Bryansk region, and at a 350-km distance from Moscow.
The district area equals 954.5 sq.km, Lyudinovo area - 43.4 sq.km.
Lyudinovo District boasts an efficient vocational training system, which includes Lyudinovo Industrial College, training line managers and workers in 28 areas; and Bryansk State Technical University branch, a higher education institution, training personnel for Lyudinovo companies in the following disciplines: Machine Building Technology, Casting Production and Equipment, Locomotives, Welding, Economics and Management at Machine Building Industry Enterprises, etc. Up to 250 specialists graduate from the college, and up to 50 from the university annually.
Lyudinovo and Lyudinovo District Central Clinic includes polyclinics for adults and children, a dental clinic, a hospital (9 departments), and 16 rural medical posts. There is also a municipal polyclinic in the Sukreml residential area.
There are 2 stadiums, 17 gyms, including two large ones, 2 surfaced sports grounds, and the Sputnik sanitarium.
There are 4 hotels, 4 restaurants, about 15 cafes and bars, 2 movie theaters, and 1 museum.
Borovsk District is located in the northern part of Kaluga region. It borders Zhukov District (in the east), Maloyaroslavets District (in the south), Medyn District (in the west) and Moscow Region (in the north).
Borovsk District area equals 75,956 ha, it accounts for 2.6% of the entire Kaluga Region territory. The distance between western and eastern borders of the district is 50 km, between northern and southern borders - 25 km. Agricultural companies and farmers own 36,537 ha, including cultivated land — 25,514 ha (plough land – 21,452 ha).
The district consists of eight municipalities: three urban settlements including Borovsk and five rural settlements (112 villages). Borovsk District has a well-developed network of surfaced motor roads.
Moscow – Kiev federal highway and a highway connecting Minsk and Warsaw highways cross the district’s territory as well as a railway (16 km) with two stations, Vorsino and Balabanovo. Apart from that, there is an airfield in the district with a runway suitable for all types of airplanes.
Borovsk District is located at a 80-km distance from Moscow. It has vast land plots, large timber reserves, The district infrastructure and transportation system are well-developed. This is one of the most promising districts of Kaluga Region in terms of implementation of various investment programs, especially in the field of light industry, SMEs and tourism development.
There are the following municipal education institutions in Borovsk District:
- 14 comprehensive secondary schools, including 12 intermediate schools (7 in urban areas, and 5 in rural areas), 2 comprehensive schools in rural areas;
- 21 municipal kindergartens;
- 3 auxiliary education institutions (Center for Children’s Creativity, Youth Sports School and Center for Creative Development;
- 20 school bus routes.
- Borovsk District Central Hospital offers medical services to local residents.
Borovsk District witnesses the rapid development of tourism: there are 120 tourism industry facilities and 28 agro tourism centers. The list of the most acute priorities includes the increase of the regional tourism services market competitiveness, preservation of historical and cultural heritage as well as development of areas promising for tourism sector promotion.
Companies, leasing land plots in the special economic zone, own facilities built by them. They also enjoy a right to purchase the land plots under their facilities. The land plot price is determined by the land plot owner pursuant to the Land Code of the Russian Federation.