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Prague wins lawsuit, will recover 246 million in outstanding rent for Holešovice Marketplace

11/19/19 The Municipal Court in Prague has upheld a ruling by the District Court in Prague 7 in a lawsuit between the City of Prague and Delta center, a. s

Prague to allocate more public flats to selected professionals

11/19/19 At its session on 19 November 2019, the Prague City Council decided to allocate an increased number of public housing apartments for key groups of professionals.

A modern public transport terminal to be erected in Smíchov.

11/19/19 A modern public transport terminal to be erected in Smíchov. Passengers can look forward to easier transfers and a more enjoyable experience outside the station.

Prague's ruling coalition has rented 300 public flats over the first year in office

11/13/19 Over the first year in office, the ruling coalition in Prague assigned approximately 300 new public housing lease contracts.

Comprehensive revitalization of the lower part of Wenceslas Square to be completed by the end of 2021

11/11/19 The revitalization of the bottom part of Wenceslas Square is to commence next spring. The city has already selected the winner of a public tender.

Night inspection of streetlight operability with Councilor Jan Chabr

11/9/19 Jan Chabr, a member of Prague City Council, together with Tomáš Jílek, the Chairman of the Board at Technologie hlavního města Prahy, a.s. (TMHP), went for a night inspection of street lighting maintenance.

Call for tender: lease of street lamp post advertising banners in Prague

11/8/19 The capital city of Prague and the street lighting administrator, Technologie hlavního města Prahy, a.s., are calling a public tender for the best bid for the lease of advertising banners on street lamp posts as of 1 January 2020.

Prague started building a new footbridge in Troja

11/7/19 Next year, Prague inhabitants will again be able to walk from Stromovka Park to Troja Zoo over a footbridge whose construction has just started.

Prague presents new shape of Wenceslas Square - a return of trams and more trees

10/21/19 Prague City Councilors have approved an updated plan for Wenceslas Square transformation. The new plan foresees a tram track in the upper pat of the square and a pedestrian promenade in the middle.

Prague signs memorandum of cooperation with four city districts to tackle housing distress

10/11/19 The City of Prague and districts Prague 1, 7, 10 and 22 have signed a memorandum to jointly address housing distress affecting families with children.