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Prague selects contractor to build parking facility for 495 cars in Opatov

10/31/2022 At its session on Monday, the Prague City Council approved the selection of a contractor for a public contract to build a P+R parking facility in Opatov.

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Běchovice to be protected from Prague Ring Road traffic noise by high earth mounds

10/31/2022 Prague city councilors adopted an urban landscape architectural study for protective earth mounds in Běchovice.

Štvanice footbridge to be decorated with a figurative sculpture

10/21/2022 The City of Prague and the Prague Municipal Gallery will jointly purchase a new figurative sculpture by sculptor Jan Hendrych.

Prague will make flats cheaper. An amendment to the building code will address car parking capacity requirements in new and refurbished buil

10/17/2022 The Prague City Council has discussed a draft amendment to the Prague Building Code, which regulate the system of parking spaces in new and refurbished residential and administrative buildings that require a building permit.

Clam-Gallas Palace wins Building of the Year 2022 award

10/14/2022 Refurbished Clam-Gallas Palace won the first prize in two categories of the prestigious Building of the Year 2022 competition.

PWork can start on the final design of Vltava Philharmonic as Prague signs a contract with BIG architects

10/11/2022 Representatives of the City of Prague have signed a contract with the Danish studio Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), the authors of the winning design of a new Vltava Philharmonic building.

Prague’s first climate-neutral district may arise around Vltava Philharmonic

10/5/2022 The first climate-neutral urban district that would not rely on gas or coal may once be built in the new Bubny-Zátory district, as suggested in a study that was approved by the Prague City Council at its session on Monday. 

Prague adopts unified methodology for assessment of construction projects of residential social services for senior citizens

10/4/2022 The City Council approved a methodological document that will ensure construction of a network of residential services in accordance with contemporary requirements for quality of life to enable dignified aging of Prague residents ..

Prague and Czech Technical University will turn Strahov Stadium into European technology and testing center 

9/26/2022 The neglected Strahov Stadium will undergo extensive renovations and will be transformed into a center for innovative companies and testing of the latest technologies.