23.09.2021 12:59 | Press Release
The Prague 8 City Council was acquainted with a proposal for further progress in the project for the construction of an apartment building “Ládví – Prague 8”, which was approved by the Prague City Council. Due to the fact that the construction project was not discussed either with the city district or with the citizens of the Ďáblice housing estate, the councilor of Prague 8 does not agree with its implementation.
“The project of building a temporary apartment building was not discussed with the city districts or its citizens, moreover it is not in accordance with the acquired territorial study Ďáblice and the concept of Vision for Ďáblice, we cannot agree with its implementation,” STAN) and adds: “Together with local citizens, we strive to make the Vision for Ďáblice part of the territorial regulation of housing estates, especially the territorial studies currently being prepared by the Institute of Planning and Development. The way in which citizens are involved in the whole project is a relatively pioneering measure and can be a model for other projects not only in Prague 8. “
“We request that the public and representatives of local stakeholders be able to comment on the project in advance and that the comments will be made in order to incorporate them into the final form of a possible project,” added Jiří Vítek (Patrioti), Deputy Mayor of Prague 8.
The City of Prague project of the apartment building “Ládví – Prague 8” approved as an experimental project of temporary use of the capacity of the existing parking lot for the construction of rental housing, while maintaining the functionality of parking. The project is planned on the land of the capital city of Prague, between Střelničná, Davídkova, Taussigova and Střekovská streets on the southern edge of the Ďáblice housing estate and envisages a shortened life cycle of the building.
The municipality has a construction solution for operations such that it enables a possible change or dismantling of buildings in the horizon of approximately 20 to 30 years. The experimental building is designed according to estimates up to the level of the third floor with a capacity of 30 to 40 smaller housing units and is assumed to be structurally a combined modular building. The estimated cost is 160 million crowns.
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