Yawn…New government promises new, improved construction law

Czech construction

Robert McLean

#cee, #proptech, #development a #architecture

The outgoing government of Andrej Babiš passed the new construction law just days before its mandate ended. It marked the conclusion of years of work, made all the more urgent by a severe lack of housing and the increasingly backwards nature of the country’s transportation infrastructure. By creating a central construction office and digitizing the approval process, it was hoped that more flats, motorways and railway lines could be built quicker. But the new government didn’t like certain aspects of the law, especially the part about a centralized construction office. So, the idea was scrapped, along with plans . . .



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