Prague leaders have presented another step towards resolving the current housing crisis in the capital city.
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.
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.
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.