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UNESCO appreciates Prague’s openness to friendly dialogue and the competition for Florence area

5/20/2022 This week, Prague received an expert opinion from the UNESCO World Heritage Centre on an urban study that came up from an international competition for the development of the area around Masaryk Station.

Prague approved a plan to revitalize Vrchlického Park, refurbish the main railway station’s hall and build of a new tram line

5/16/2022 The Prague City Council agreed to call a competitive dialogue for the revitalization of the main railway station and its vicinity, including Vrchlického Park, the station’s hall, and the construction of a new tram line.

Contractor for new Dvorecký Bridge approved by Prague City Council

5/9/2022 Prague City Council today selected the contractor for the construction of Dvorecký Bridge that will connect Prague 4 and Prague 5.

Statues on Čechův Bridge could be revived, camera survey shows

5/6/2022 In mid-April, Prague’s own municipal technology company THMP carried out an endoscopic survey of the interior of the statues on Čechův Bridge.

First step taken to revive former Orionka tram yard. The capital city has called for preliminary market consultations

5/3/2022 The Prague City Council has called for preliminary consultations on a project that should revive the former Orionka tram yard compound.

Prague city councilors lift construction ban along metro line D, opening way to emergence of new city districts

5/2/2022 Upon proposal by the 1st Deputy Mayor of Prague, Petr Hlaváček, the Prague City Council, approved the lifting of construction bans that were imposed in 2001 to block constructions that might collide with the planned metro line D and its surface infrastruc

Prague is to launch a communication campaign to introduce the Metropolitan Plan to general public

4/28/2022 The City of Prague is finalizing its Metropolitan Plan - a new zoning plan that will determine how the capital city will evolve over the next decade.

Cozy Home for Lonely Ladies near Vítězné Square in Prague 6 will newly serve senior citizens.

4/27/2022 Václav Škarda’s studio won an architectural competition for the project

Available Cooperative Housing project supported by City of Prague is ready for implementation.

4/26/2022 An expert team led by City Councilor Hana Kordová Marvanová who is responsible for the Council’s legal and and housing support affairs, have drafted the terms for a public contract called Partner for the DDB project - Radlická (Smíchov).

Prague supported the construction of a new primary school and kindergarten in Vysočany district

4/25/2022 The Prague City Council has approved a subsidy of CZK 180 million for Prague 9 district for the construction of a new primary school and a kindergarten in U Elektry Street in Vysočany.