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News Prague's Metropolitan Plan may unlock construction of 150,000 flats
04
May
2022

Prague's Metropolitan Plan may unlock construction of 150,000 flats

by Tumova Vera
Work has been underway for more than ten years on a major planning document for Prague - the new zoning plan. Its elaboration has cost the capital city CZK 135 million so far, while the assessment and elaboration of changes cost CZK 181 million. According to the city's statistics, 367 amendments are submitted annually, a number that the new metropolitan plan should significantly reduce. The new plan is also expected to unlock up to 15 areas where there is currently a building closure. If the metropolitan plan is approved as proposed, it could begin to take effect as early as 2023 and could unlock the construction of up to 150,000 new flats. The public now has 66 days to comment on the plan, local daily E15.cz reports.
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News Bucharest City Hall to ask developers to invest in infrastructure
16
Dec
2021

Bucharest City Hall to ask developers to invest in infrastructure

by Property Forum
Bucharest's Mayor Nicușor Dan said that the city needs a “correct urban development”, while the permitting process for property investments will be updated to include tougher criteria that have to be met by developers.
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News How to build people-friendly and cost-effective cities
30
May
2019

How to build people-friendly and cost-effective cities

by Property Forum
Urban space in the twentieth century belonged to cars. In the 21st century, it has been reclaimed by people – this is how current urban trends can be summarised. Inward development, the narrowing of streets to expand space for pedestrians, the building of a dense network of cycle lanes and strengthening the role of public transport are some of the measures taken in modern cities to improve the lives of residents. Colliers International, in cooperation with ULI, published an expert article on current urban trends
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News Is Bucharest ready to succeed?
10
Jun
2016

Is Bucharest ready to succeed?

by Ákos Budai
The future of cities is in the hands of today’s urban planners and real estate developers. Their decision will determine how an urban area can perform on an increasingly competitive global scene. Creating a city that attracts innovators and investors is in everybody’s interest, but all must be done in a smart, sustainable and responsible way. We report from Bucharest where Portfolio Conferences and RICS have organised SEE Property Forum for the second time.
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New leases

  • Flex office provider CitySpace is to open a 3,500 sqm centre in the MidPoint71 office building in Wrocław. The centre, which is to open on July 1st, will offer a range of 400 workstations. This is to be CitySpace’s fourth location in Wrocław.
  • The Australian Embassy in Warsaw has changed its headquarters. The Australian diplomatic mission has taken over 780 sqm of office space in Rondo 1 office building. CBRE assisted the Embassy in signing the lease.
  • FORUM Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych (FTFI) is set to join tenants of Kraków’s Wadowicka 3 office complex. The company will occupy 880 sqm on the fifth floor of the building, owned by Partners Group & Reino Partners. JLL supported the tenant in the process of lease negotiations.

New appointments

  • Fidurock integrated the retail portfolio into their structure and appointed Petr Vondrášek as a new Head of Retail Portfolio as of July 1st 2022.
  • Garbe Industrial Real Estate CEE expands its teams in the region with the appointments of Veronika Zacha and Jan Hradecky, both are coming from Panattoni. Veronika Zacha is joining as Senior Business Development Manager for Czechia and Jan Hradecky will hold a Project Manager position.
  • Colin King has been appointed Strategic Advisor of Romanian PropTech Bright Spaces. King has worked for over 30 years with large public companies and private mid-cap growth businesses, all with revenue well in excess of £1 billion.


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