Last year, the reconstruction of several prefabricated houses in the former AVIA housing estate was completed. The results can be seen in many houses and are due to many SVJ committees. Currently, 14 of the 75 entrances are insulated, which is not much. “However, the reconstruction will continue this year and we can expect another 10-15 entrances, which will be dressed in a new coat,” says Jan Mikulecký, representative of Letňany. Continue reading “Jan Mikulecký: The renewal of the housing estate continues”
The noise barrier between Malkovského and Veselská and Tupolevova streets, respectively, is approximately five hundred meters long, was built together with the construction of the Avia II housing estate in 1985, a year later it was planted with trees and shrubs. Continue reading “The rampart in Malkovského Street is awaiting further renovation”
During the holidays, scaffolding appeared at a number of prefabricated houses in the former AVIA housing estate. “The houses in the whole Kuželova street will be completely new, Ivančická and Krausova will be completed soon, other insulated entrances will be added in Fryčovická, Malkovského, Nýdecká and other Letňany streets,” assumes Jan Mikulecký, Letňany representative. In the coming months, almost 20 newly renovated entrances should be added. It is mostly thermal insulation, but in some entrances the residents will also have a new elevator. Continue reading “Jan Mikulecký: Renovation of houses in the housing estate is in full swing”
A seminar on the revitalization of prefabricated houses took place on Wednesday 22/2. Experienced members of SVJ committees acquainted their colleagues with the already completed reconstructions of houses. Jan Mikulecký, the councilor for the regeneration of the housing estate, confirmed that the town hall supports the renovation of houses in the entire Letňany housing estate. Continue reading “Jan Mikulecký organizes a seminar on revitalization for SVJ”
Our questions will be answered today by Jan Mikulecký, representative and councilor of the Prague 18 Letňany district responsible for the revitalization of the housing estate and the environment.
At its meeting on 19/4/2012, the Prague 18 Letňany District Council expressed a fundamental disagreement with the new exhibition in the vicinity of Letňany Airport. “At the end of March, the City of Prague launched an investigation procedure pursuant to Act 101/2001 Coll., In which the environmental impacts resulting from the construction of the Kbely Housing Complex, which should be built next year on the south side of the airport, representative of Letňany. Continue reading “Jan Mikulecký: Will trucks drive through the ground squirrel? The Letňany council said: NO!”
In the open space between the Kika department store and Tupolevova Street, the construction of a car showroom and McDonald’s restaurant will begin in the coming months. According to the statement of the Department of Environmental Protection of the City of Prague, the construction will not significantly affect the environment in Letňany if the measures proposed by the investor are implemented. Jan Mikulecký further stated about this. Continue reading “Jan Mikulecký: The expansion of Tesco will not affect the environment”
In September 2011, posts were installed near house 602 in Krausova Street, because there was parking on the sidewalk and, in addition, cars drove onto the sidewalk through the crossing, creating very dangerous situations. “However, part of the sidewalk in front of the house still functioned as an illegal car park,” says Jan Mikulecký, Letňany’s representative. Continue reading “Jan Mikulecký: Krausova has new columns”