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New pavilion for clients with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease to be built in Palata Home for the Visually Impaired
The Prague City Council has approved a public tender for the construction of Palata II building, an extension to the existing Palata Home for the Visually Impaired in Smíchov district.
Prague has a new map with an overview of all assets enabling people to easily navigate property relations.
Prague has a new mapping application created in cooperation with the Institute of Planning and Development (IPR).
Prague launched exhibition showcasing winning proposal for Rohan Island redesign and two dozen other river-related projects.
The newly opened exhibition “Prague Tomorrow? The City and the River” details the results of a competitive dialogue to revitalize Rohan Island, which will combine recreational use with natural flood protection.
Prague still interested in acquiring Czech Post building in Pankrác, but current auction conditions prevent the city from bidding.
The Czech Post is planning to sell the post office building in Na Strži Street in Pankrác in auction in the coming days.
Urban concept for Prague’s Dejvice district to be eventually completed after a hundred years.
The winning design in an international architectural competition for the completion of the 4th quadrant of Vítězné Náměstí circus was submitted jointly by Dutch Benthem Crouwel Architects and Czech studio OVA.
Prague has taken another crucial step towards the building of Smíchov Terminal.
At its session on Thursday, the Prague City Assembly approved a public contract for technical project supervision, project management, and project cost management, or budgeting, for the planned construction of the Smíchov Terminal.
Schools and kindergartens in every new neighborhood – with developers’ contribution. Population forecast advises Prague where to focus inves
Prague’s Institute of Planning and Development (IPR) drew up a report based on an analysis and forecast of the population development, assessing the current situation and offering forecast for future needs up to 2050.
Developers will provide tens of millions of crowns to Prague at Žižkov Freight Station. Investor participation is proving its worth in pract
One of the largest brownfields in Prague, the former freight station in Žižkov, is being developed into a modern district that will offer comprehensive services in addition to housing.
Prague obtains funding to pay out subsidies to replace old boilers.
The Ministry of the Environment provided funds to the City of Prague to finance modernization of heating devices. Prague will receive over CZK 7.63 million for the Boiler Subsidy Program IV.
Prague plans to invest six billion crowns in modernization of Strahov Tunnel over next ten years.
At its session on Monday, the Prague City Council approved a phased modernization of the Strahov Tunnel over the next ten years.