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Cleansing Prague of advertising pollution
By the end of 2018, the first 50 unauthorised advertising facilities owned by euroAWK and ORIS are to disappear from Prague. More than 400 others are to follow in early 2019.
New Councillor Jan Chabr to manage municipal assets
Jan Chabr has been elected City Councillor in charge of Prague’s municipal assets. His professional experience spans both private and public-sector real asset management.
Prague lends alternative venues to support cultural events and projects
Prague is the Czech Republic’s centre of cultural life which the City Administration supports in many ways, not just financially.
More city districts show interest in the Real Estate Portal
The Real Estate Portal of the City of Prague has been running successfully for half a year. We have also been able to answer various inquiries regarding the properties on offer.
Prague to build eight new apartment houses at Černý Most
At the end of September, the foundation stone was laid for eight new four- and five-storey apartment houses at Černý Most. The construction of 182 new city-owned flats is to be completed by 2022 and the total cost is expected to reach 840 million CZK incl
New flats and jobs for Prague
For the first time ever, the City of Prague has made revitalisation of brownfields a priority. The City Council has tasked the City Planning and Development Institute with drawing up a methodology to foster conceptual and faster transformation of abandone
Na Bulovce Hospital campus to undergo much needed renovatio
The Na Bulovce university hospital campus and all the pavilions are planned to undergo renovation for which the City of Prague allocated funds in its 2018 budget.
Prague to renovate city churches
The City of Prague has allocated funds in its 2018 budget for a project to renovate city churches.
Zahradní město Senior Home refurbished
Senior citizens have been able to move back to the newly refurbished Zahradní Město Senior Home. The City of Prague, or its Asset Management Department as the investor, has refurbished the facility’s buildings A, B, C and construction of new pavilion F.
Further help to the homeless
The City of Prague is planning to connect ships Hermes I and Hermes II to water, sewage and electricity lines and to install lighting for safer access.