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.
Category: Základní informace
Public presentation of Lentilek
The project of the new housing estate was presented for the first time in the holiday issue of Letňanské listy. On Thursday, 15/9/2011, a public presentation of the entire project took place, which was attended by over 100 citizens.
Transfer of CPI land in the housing estate
The district 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 “Transfer of CPI land in the housing estate”
RSŽP Commission: possibility to participate in negotiations on Lentilky
At each meeting of the Commission for the Regeneration of Settlements and the Environment, the current status of the Letná lentilka project is discussed. Even though the meeting of the commission is not public by law, we offer citizens the opportunity to participate and discuss the project together. The dates for 3-4Q 2012 are tentatively set at: 5/9, 10/10, 7/11 and 5/12.
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Phasing of Lentils
Current version of Lentilek phasing
2012 – 2014
Phase No. 1 includes the reconstruction of Jančová Street, this reconstruction will increase the parking spaces along the street and it will be possible to use the parking area at the intersection of Místecká, Nýdecká, Krausova for other purposes. It also includes the abolition of Kuželova Street, which will be replaced by access areas to the houses. Continue reading “Phasing of Lentils”
The daily metro wrote about Lentilky
Deník metro in its issue of 2.8 / 2012 wrote about the Letňany lentils project.
The article is located here.
Why aren’t there more variants of the project?
Citizens of Letňany have the opportunity to influence the future direction of the Letňany Lentils project. There are public discussions, meetings with SVJ, surveys, etc. Lentilky is the most open Prague project for the renewal of housing estates, which is unique in its scope and at the same time a high level of publicity and communication with the public. Nevertheless, there are complaints from citizens about the limited number of options and options from which they can choose. Continue reading “Why aren’t there more variants of the project?”
Territorial management of Letňany lentils
As part of the territorial proceedings, a public oral hearing will be held on 29 October 2012 at 2 pm. Until then, it is possible to view the documentation for the construction at the Department of Construction and Spatial Decision-Making, Bechyňská 639, Prague 9-Letňany (preferably during office hours: Mon, Wed from 8.30 am to 5.00 pm, Tue, Thu from 8.30 am to 2.30 pm). , Fri from 8.30 am to 10.30 am, preferably by telephone appointment at office no. 3.36 on the 2nd floor). Continue reading “Territorial management of Letňany lentils”
Panelák magazine writes about Lentilky
All plots for Lentilky E1-3 are managed by the Prague 18 district
On 15/8/2012, lease agreements were signed with CPI Byty, a.s. The Prague 18 district now manages all the land that is within the scope of the Letňany lentils project. The lease is agreed for a period of 20 years for a symbolic CZK 1 / year. In the following years, the land will be gradually transferred to the ownership of the municipality at minimal cost. The transfer process is complicated mainly due to the many easements that result from the complex underground infrastructure in the housing estate.
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