The councilors provide exchanges of Prague’s property with the state worth 2.2 billion. Representatives will still vote iROZHLAS
The state management has been negotiating shifts for several years, but the previous government was blocked by the issue of municipal land in Letňany, which he wanted to acquire from Prague, former Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (ANO), for the construction of a complex for officials.
According to Chabr, the negotiations are now unblocked and the Ministry of Finance, which is in charge of the state through the Office of Representation in Property Matters, is positive about the transaction. The deputies should vote on the first package in April or May and on the second in June, the councilor said.
Babiš and Hřib agreed on the exchange of land and the future government district. The state of Prague will contribute to the circuit
In the first shift, with the value of the exchanged assets, about 1.8 billion will be won by the municipality for most of the premises of the Na Bulovce University Hospital.
It will also acquire empty barracks in Karlín, an area in Bohdalec suitable for the construction of city flats, land near the graphic school in Hellichova street in Malá Strana, plots next to the Eden Primary School, land in Záběhlice for school construction and a former Ministry of the Interior building according to Chabr, expand the Hybern Campus.
In the second shift worth about 400 million crowns, the city will leave the land in Na Homolce Hospital and Faust House, which uses the General University Hospital but is owned by its municipality. In exchange, Prague will acquire the Veleslavín chateau, part of the gardening colony Na Balkáně and land near the falconry in Riegrovy sady.
Chabr added that the municipality is also negotiating with the state so that it can start using the Veleslavín chateau on the basis of a loan agreement now. According to him, a school for children of Ukrainian refugees could be established there. “Within a week, a maximum of two, we are able to take over the castle,” said the councilor.
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