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Prague to buy part of tennis park at Letná
Prague City Council has approved an intent to purchase a plot of land currently occupied by a part of a tennis park on Letná Plain, from the Office for Government Representation in Property Affairs for CZK 78,330,000.
Prague to offer accessible cooperative housing under the “baugruppe” concept
Prague leaders have presented another step towards resolving the current housing crisis in the capital city.
Prague has a development plan for the Prague Market
The City of Prague has a clear plan for the future of the Prague Market – a protected historical market area in the heart of the city, which is larger than Prague Castle.
Prague gets its housing assets in order: lease contracts with families and single parents to remain a priority
One of the long-term objectives of Prague’s ruling coalition is to improve accessibility of housing. Growing rents pose the greatest challenge for low-income tenants, in particular elderly people and single-parent families.
Preparatory construction works for a new P+R parking for 880 cars commence at Černý Most
Preparations have started for the construction of Černý Most III, a new multistorey P+R car park. The new building is to replace the existing Černý Most I car park, increasing the capacity to 880 cars. The project is expected to be completed next year.
Prague starts accepting applications for discount on rent
As of 20 May 2020, tenants of city-owned premises may file electronic applications with Prague’s COVID – Rent aid program to receive a discount on the rent.
Prague’s gas streetlights undergo luminosity test
The luminosity of gas lamps in the streets of Prague’s Old Town has been measured this week. There are approximately 680 historic gas lamps that light the Royal Route from the Powder Gate over the Charles Bridge to Hradčanské Square at Prague Castle.
Vendors will not be charged any fees for selling their goods outside shops
As of 21 April 2020, it will be easier for businesses to serve customers in the street outside their shops.
Long-awaited redesign of Wenceslas Square has commenced, should be completed in 2025
After many years of preparations, a total redesign of one of the largest squares in Central Europe, Prague’s Wenceslas Square, started on Wednesday, 15 April 2020.
Prague’s “Sherwood” to transform and become accessible by tram
Prague’s infamous Vrchlického Sady Park, known as “Prague Sherwood”, is to transform, with a new tram track running across. The park, located outside the Main Station, is to be completely revitalized.