The Rosnička Hall in Brno will be expanded. Some disagree with the reconstruction, they wrote a petition
For thirty-three years, the Rosnička hall in Brno’s Žabovřesky has served a variety of sports activities. It was made famous primarily by the basketball club, which regularly uses the hall. However, time has already taken its toll on the site, so the plan is to expand the sports field. However, this idea does not appeal to some local residents so much that they decided to write a petition against the plan.
The dispute flared up mainly because of the question of whether it is a better solution to build new parking spaces or to leave mature greenery. “The aim of the petition is not to prevent the reconstruction of the existing hall. The petition seeks to restore the hall while maintaining the existing floor plan and preserving the strip of trees along the hall. The site had already been expanded in the past, contrary to its original purpose, and the citizens were assured that the strip of trees along Horákova Street would remain,” complained Vladimíra Klusáčková, a member of the petition committee.
Finally, she added that she only learned about the planned rebuilding of the sports hall from an article published some time ago by Deník Rovnost. “The planned expansion is insensitive to the environment, for example in terms of the loss of greenery, an increase in local temperature or the deterioration of rainwater infiltration,” the woman added.
Rosnička extension in Brno: the small hall will be demolished, replaced by a new one. look at
So far, the Brno-Žabovřesky sports club has received a positive statement from the city regarding the project documentation for the zoning decision.
The current sports stand includes two halls, but the smaller one is not suitable both from a technical and operational point of view. Therefore, in the future, it will probably go to the ground and be replaced by a brand new background.
The project will offer forty-six parking spaces in the underground floor, and the hall itself for athletes above ground. “A covered area with the main entrance will be connected to the larger hall,” said Deputy Mayor Petr Hladík.
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The mayor of Žabovresk, Lucie Pokorná, told Denik Rovnost that this is a city project, and therefore the city district cannot interfere with it. “But we know about the petition, we explained it to the people. I understand the concerns about the greenery, but on the other hand it is good that new parking spaces have been created and people will have a place to park their car if they come to the match. This will make the space a lot easier,” noted Pokorná.
The planned extension also includes paved areas connected to the existing sidewalk, five longitudinal parking spaces and greenery are included.
The foundation stone of the original hall was laid by workers in the 1970s, and it was completed only in 1989. The first necessary reconstruction came eleven years later, the next in 2005.