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City Council selects construction company for new P+R Nové Butovice

9/13/2021 At its session today, Prague City Council selected a contractor to build a P+R parking facility in Nové Butovice.

Prague selects construction company to refurbish the Industrial Palace, construction to commence this year

8/30/2021 Prague City Council has approved the selection of the best bid for the long-awaited refurbishment of the Industrial Palace at the Prague Exhibition Grounds.

Prague to allocate another 20 flats for firefighters

8/30/2021 Prague city councilors have agreed to increase the number of flats allocated for employees of Prague’s Fire Brigade.

Prague Councilors agree to provide further housing construction subsidies to district authorities

8/30/2021 Prague will allocate more funds from the Accessible Housing Fund. The money will go towards the construction of a residential building with 65 flats in Prague 7.

Transport Authority’s housing compound to be refurbished. Up to 175 new flats to be created for the city’s needs

8/30/2021 Prague city councilors today agreed to purchase Skloněná compound from the Municipal Transport Authority.

Prague’s Municipal Home Rental Agency accommodates first tenants

8/20/2021 Less than two months after the launch of the Municipal Home Rental Agency, the first family has found their new home and several other flats are to welcome their tenants in the coming weeks.

Prague restores an unstable wall in the city center while preserving a unique tree

8/19/2021 An unstable wall used to pose a risk for pedestrians in Růžová Street in Prague 1, as the wall and the adjacent pavement were disrupted by the roots of a large wych elm.

Libeň Bridge to self-regulate street light intensity based on traffic density

8/17/2021 Prague’s Municipal Technology Company (THMP) installed a new traffic sensor on Libeň Bridge at the beginning of July.

Dozens of ugly advertisement benches start disappearing from the streets of Prague

8/5/2021 Prague is going to remove approximately 1,400 pieces of street furniture that carries advertisements.

Redesign of Prague Market enters new stage. Prague calls international urban design competition

7/19/2021 The capital city has called an international architectural and landscaping competition for a new design of the open-air spaces of the Prague Market.