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The Prague Institute of Planning and Development (IPR Prague) plans where in Prague we will live, where we'll work, where we should build a park, what the squares will look like, and where the streets, roads, rails or pipelines will lead.

We are Prague's main conceptual workplace in the fields of architecture, urban planning, development, and the creation and administration of the city. We involve the public in planning so that we benefit from local knowledge. We present how Prague will be transformed at our Center for Architecture and Metropolitan Planning (CAMP). Our goal is for Prague to continue to develop and become a healthier, more competitive, stronger, and richer city. And to make it a better place for all of us to live in.

What do we do?

We represent the City of Prague in zoning proceedings.

We are a contributory organization established by the Capital City of Prague. We prepare strategic, urban planning, and territorial development documents. We are an expert advisor on urban planning issues and represent the city in planning proceedings.

We create key city planning documents.

We create documents that propose the future development of Prague, from details such as street reconstruction to the new master plan (Metropolitan Plan) that addresses how Prague will develop over the next twenty years.

We collect data about the city.

We collect and produce very accurate data about Prague, which serves as an important basis for us and other city institutions, municipalities, students, and developers.

We produce studies and analyses.

Based on data and our knowledge of the city, we create plans, studies, and analyses that deal with transport, technical infrastructure, landscape, economy, public space, housing, and demographics. 

Center for Architecture and Metropolitan Planning (CAMP)

We are an institution open to discussing the city with residents. Everything we do, we try to explain and present publicly. We are an open institution. Those who are interested can learn a great deal about Prague and its plans for the future. We wanted there to be a physical place in Prague where the public could come and ask questions about the future of the city. So we created it right here at IPR Prague.  


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