Prague will buy land from the company of Minister Toman’s father. It will probably pay more than it would have to – ČT24 – Česká televize
The document was prepared by official Stanislav Codl. At that time, he was subordinate to the current Minister Miroslav Toman, but he also knew his father. They even wrote a book together. “They were the leading representatives of socialist agriculture and they undoubtedly also did a number of events together,” said Petr Havel, an agrarian analyst, last November.
Codl now admitted to the show that it appeared on the documents. However, he said that he did not want to and would not express himself more.
Prague buys part of the plot as arable land, but pays as for building plots
Prague now needs land now, without which it cannot build the much-needed circuit. “The origin of the land is a terrible problem,” admitted Jiří Koubek, representative of the capital city of Prague (TOP 09 and STAN). “It’s the pain of the 1990s, but what about poor Praguers today? We have to keep telling them, because someone blew up here in the 1990s, so we will allow the Prague ring road to be built and you will live in noise, in exhaust fumes, for the rest of your life, even if you don’t have to? ”
The metropolis eventually buys land for green belts for 109 million crowns; the price is forty million lower than initially Agrotrade and Xaverov demanded, but still questions. “It is higher than usual here,” says the councilor of the capital city of Prague, Hana Kordová Marvanová (TOP 09 and STAN).
The city intends to buy a comprehensive plot of land, which consists mainly of arable land, but it is followed by building plots, which is another complication. He buys part of the plot as arable land, but for some he pays as building plots.
“It simply came to our notice then. The expert must always value according to what is there according to the zoning plan, “explains the Deputy Mayor of Prague Adam Scheinherr (Prague himself). The expert’s opinion does not take into account that only greenery should be in place.
Real estate expert Otakar Schuma adds that if the land were bought as greenery, the price would be in the order of a third, a quarter, and thus tens of millions of crowns lower than the building plot.
The deputy mayor was unable to explain why there was no green belt in the zoning plan. At the same time, it is the Prague City Hall who decides on the zoning plan. The photo of building green belts has been known for many years. “In fact, the zoning plan is not able to react very quickly, because the document is being created at a much slower pace than memoranda and agreements between people,” adds Petr Hlaváček, a councilor of the City of Prague (TOP 09 and STAN).