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Prague presents Railway Promenade and Park project in Vršovice and Strašnice districts

11/26/2020 Prague has presented a project of so-called Railway Promenade with a park for pedestrians, joggers, inline skaters and cyclists.

Prague to participate in preparations of new railway line to Vaclav Havel Airport

11/23/2020 The City of Prague is to take part in the preparations of a new railway line to Václav Havel Airport, assisting Správa železnic, the owner and provider of the national railway infrastructure, which will be the investor of the project.

City of Prague appoints a coordinator for Černý Most transport hub transformation

11/23/2020 At its session on Monday, the Prague City Council appointed a coordinator for a makeover of the traffic hub at Černý Most, which has long been in an unsatisfactory condition, primarily due to complicated coordination of all related activities and projects

Prague to exchange land with the state.

11/13/2020 Prague City Assembly has approved an agreement on the exchange of property between the City of Prague, Czech Republic, and the University Hospital Královské Vinohrady (FNKV).

Accelerated zoning plan amendment to facilitate construction of Vltava Philharmonic

11/12/2020 At its session on 12 November 2020, Prague City Assembly approved an amendment to the zoning plan in a shortened procedure to allow for the construction of Vltava Philharmonic, a new concert hall in Holešovice district.

HolKa footbridge project enters final stage. Prague to call a public tender for its construction

11/9/2020 Prague City Councilors in November agreed to call a public tender to build a new footbridge connecting Karlín and Holešovice districts via Štvanice island. The public tender is to be held early next year.

to be completed

10/19/2020 to be completed

Zoning plan amendment to facilitate planning of new Bubny-Zátory quarter

10/16/2020 Prague’s City Assembly has made a key step to facilitate the construction of a new quarter, confirming the direction set by the nearly completed zoning study for the Holešovice – Bubny – Zátory area. 

Average housing rent in Prague falls 2.6% since the beginning of 2020 to an average of 300 CZK / sq. m

10/13/2020 The average rent in the capital city decreased by 2.6% over the past six months. Rents currently stand at approximately 300 CZK/sq. m.

Prague to support housing advisory centers to help people in housing distress

10/12/2020 The City of Prague to support housing advisory centers in Prague 3 and Prague 7.