The largest amount of money for investments will go to the capital city of Białołęka – PLN 67 million, the common district of Wilanów, only PLN 3 million – results from the preliminary draft budget of the city for 2022.
In the purchase of the preliminary draft budget for Warsaw for 2022, the assessment of budgetary funds that will be allocated to individual elements of the districts. Wilanów will have the least expenditure – PLN 3, and the most – PLN 67 million – Białołęka.
The most money, apart from Białołęka, will be given to: Bemowo – 46 million, Targówek – 42 million, Wola – 40 million, Wawer – 34 million, Mokotów – 33 million. In the middle of the part are the following districts: Ochota – 21 million, Bielany – 20 million, Ursus – 19 million, Śródmieście – 19 million, Ursynów – 17 million, Italy – 16 million, Żoliborz and Praga Północ each have 15 million, Praga Południe – 14 million , and Wesoła – 13 million. The least – apart from Wilanów – was assigned to the management board of Rembertów – PLN 7 million (all scopes are limited).
“You will get to Wilanów, and you need not on the books, but even hundreds of millions. To be able to do so, they have been known not for a year, but for many years. PAP Wilanów councilor Tomasz Kuszłąko.
He also noted that there is a lack of funds for the road layout at new schools or for sports investments. “Wilanów keeps fertile. However, the demographic development comes at the expense of the quality of life ”- said the councilor. “And the drums needed refilling, both for the tenants and the oldest residents” -.
The large discrepancies between the districts are explained by the Capital City Hall. “When it comes to property expenses for Wilanów, during the 2018-23 term, Wilanów has room for money next to Prague. The district has no money for the next years, they threw it for 2021” – city hall spokesman Monika Beuth-Lutyk told PAP.
In the budget for this year, Wilanów received PLN 27 million. In 2021, the most funds for managing funds went to Praga Południe – 84 million and Bemowo – 68 million. Wesoła received the least – only 6 million.
As it was written in the assumptions for the future, the draft budget will be based on the long-term forecast of the financed edition of 2022, determining the budgetary capacity of Warsaw both in the short-term and in the longer term. “Emphasizing that for the purpose of implementation, a document entitled + Polish order + was presented, under which it was delivered, which was to provide a development-economy strategy for Poland in the post-pandemic period. , the shares of which constituted the main sources of budgetary income in Warsaw “- said the town hall.
In the assumptions to the budget it was written that “if there is an opportunity to supplement the loss from the PIT introduction, it may reach PLN 1.2 billion per year”. “Also, when it comes to maintaining the radical change in size for 2022, due to the situation regarding the inability to obtain revenues for Warsaw to finance planned budget expenditure. In order to deepen the component formation system. Additionally, for managing losses in the management of losses related to the risk of connection with the budget strategy, the gaps on the management fee containment function of the upper economy “- the constraint function.