According to an estimate, by 2050, the capital Tao could have 430,000 inhabitants more than now. Prague should be the number of people that live in Brno today.
Of the current 1,245,000 inhabitants, Prague could grow to more than 1.6 million people, according to Ivan Dukov from the Institute of Fulfillment and Development (IPR).
It’s not stupid days. Similarly high fingers of the population in the coming years and most other large European cities.
The mentioned forecast was presented by the IPR at the reSITE conference, the focus of which was the first migration to large cities. The teachings of the institute are confirmed by other analyzes, the Deloitte analysis.
The population in Prague is still growing and, for example, by 2030, the population of the capital should increase by at least 150,000 people, says Deloitt analyst Michal Mel.
In addition, according to him, a foreign poet has doubled in Prague in the last ten years, and a large number of people could thus become people from other countries.
The fact that Prague is a rich region, logically attracts people from abroad, adds Mel.
The crack of brownfields can hold and one hundred thousand inhabitants
With the increase in the number of new residents, and especially with the way they will be distributed in the city, the metropolitan full-blown, which the IPR submitted more than two weeks before the discussion to the master, is working.
It fully covers several scenes where flats could be built for the new inhabitants of Prague. One of the possibilities is talking about stopping the so-called inner periphery or brownfield.
This is, for example, the village of Bubny, to the urban planner Jaromr Hainc. According to him, the crack of brownfields can accommodate up to a hundred thousand inhabitants, and their advantage is that it still connects the existing districts and lies near the historic center.
A similar concept, which could use the undeveloped area in the metropolis, is a dwelling town of houses with a large number of small apartments. Prague could draw on experience from Munich, for example, to which in the coming years, according to forecasts, similar numbers of people are moving to Prague.
In Munich, by 2030, we will increase by about 200 thousand inhabitants. Our main concept is the first concentration of the city center, remarked Martin Klamt from the Department of Earth Filling of the Munich City Hall.
There are also microbes
The architect Mimi Hoangov from New York presented a new direction that Prague could go out if a variant of the heating center were chosen during the construction of new apartments. It is behind the project of micro-dwellings, ie very small flats that will take up only a small area.
This is one of the attempts to solve the problem of the lack of cheap housing in the American metropolis.
The trend of recent years is that in the big cities, most people lived one by one. That’s why I think similar projects make sense, says Hoangov.
According to IPR experts, the average size of an apartment in Prague is smaller than elsewhere in Europe, and it is a question of whether Praan should be interested in micro-housing. In what the bag of IPR coincides with foreign urban planners, the idea is that Prague should limit the construction in the outskirts of the city as much as possible. Analyst Mel mentions the need to populate Prague more and not to expand it.
Compared to Vdn, for example, Prague is still very crowded to drive. According to us, one Prague can fit figuratively in Prague, even if they have to devalue the quality of life, hard.