At its meeting on 24/11/2011, the Prague 18 City Council decided to establish a Commission for the Regeneration of Housing Estates and the Environment. One of the main goals of the commission is to restore the housing estate as a whole. I will primarily work on the transfer of CPI / BPT land to the municipality, on the regeneration of green areas, on the transformation of asphalted land into playgrounds, the restoration of sidewalks and roads and other tasks that will result in the modern housing estate Letňany. The tasks of the commission will include the preparation of revitalization projects, the processing of documents for negotiations with developers and landowners, and cooperation with the commission of territorial development and construction.
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The representative and councilor of the Letňany district, Jan Mikulecký, conducts negotiations with CPI, which results in a contract being prepared for the transfer or long-term lease of land inside and around the housing estate. The transferred land will be primarily intended for revitalization within the Letňanská lentilka project, which was rebuilt to the public on 15/9. Continue reading “Jan Mikulecký is negotiating with the CPI on the transfer of land”
A few months ago, the town hall started working on a project to revitalize the housing estate, which is bordered by Malkovského, Křivoklátská and Ivančická streets. The project includes the complete regeneration of land between houses, the creation of leisure areas and solving the lack of parking. The expected investment in the renovation of the housing estate is estimated at 50 – 100 million crowns, which must be applied for by the municipality this year. If the investment is approved, work will be able to begin in 2012-2013. However, in addition to funding the action, there are other areas that need to be addressed before the project can begin.
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The snow lasted only a few days this winter. However, when he went down, it became clear how much he was hiding under him. “In addition to the standard untidy dog excrement, there were also packaging from New Year’s Eve rockets, discarded plastic bags, stretched garbage that did not fit in the bins, and similar Christmas presents,” says the responsible representative Jan Mikulecký. Continue reading “Jan Mikulecký states: After the winter, there is a nice mess in the housing estate”
The project of the new housing estate was presented for the first time in the holiday issue of Letňanské listy. On Thursday 15/9, a public presentation of the entire project took place, which was attended by over 100 citizens. The creators of MioArchitects showed the proposal, which is the basis for a discussion of what the future of the housing estate will look like. Continue reading “Jan Mikulecký presents Letňany lentils”
The Town Hall of Letňany, where Jan Mikulecký is a representative and a member of the City Council, started working a few months ago on a project to revitalize the housing estate, which is bordered by Malkovského, Křivoklátská and Ivančická streets. The project includes the complete regeneration of land between houses, the creation of leisure areas and solving the lack of parking. Continue reading “The new housing estate Letňany is represented by representative Jan Mikulecký”
Due to the ongoing campaign to harm either or both of us, based on the false claim that we are brothers and that we are at least unethical in the administration of public affairs in Prague Letňany on the basis of this “kinship” relationship, we have decided to publish our birth certificates and issue this joint statement. Continue reading “Jan Mikulecký and Milan Mikulecký: Joint statement”
In Krausova Street, cars were parked on the sidewalk towards Místecká. The sidewalk is wide in those places and people could walk around the cars, so it could be said that parking is tolerable. “There is a free space for rarity cars in the housing estate. However, cars drove to the sidewalk through the crossing, which created very dangerous situations,” points out representative Jan Mikulecký. Continue reading “Jan Mikulecký: Krausova has new columns”
The following request was received at the beginning of February by the chairmen of the SVJ committees in Fryčovická, Ivančická, Krausova, Křivoklátská, Kuželova, Malkovského, Místecká, Nýdecká, Rýmařovská and Tupolevova streets. 56 associations of owners belonging to the former AVIA housing estate were contacted. Only 5 responses were received during the first 10 days of the call. It is a great pity that other SVJ committees are not interested in the future of their surroundings. Without contact details, the town hall cannot communicate directly with SVJ about projects for the renewal of the housing estate in Letňany. Continue reading “Jan Mikulecký asks for contact with SVJ committees”