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IPR Prague releases a new analysis of Airbnb. The number of short-term apartments has fallen by half, but Prague is readying itself for an increase after the pandemic.

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Prague prepares for international competitive dialogue, new nature park to be created in Prague Meander

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Read the latest issue of the IPR Prague International Newsletter!

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The new face of Florenc will be designed by architects from UNIT, A69, and MARKO&PLACEMAKERS

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Prague releases guide for street tree planting

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Prague presents the teams moving on to the finals of the Vltava Philharmonic Hall design competition

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Prague unveils new manual for the city’s cemeteries

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By May 2022, we'll know what the new Vltava Philharmonic Hall will look like. Prague and IPR Prague have initiated the international architectural competition for its design.

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Read the latest issue of the IPR Prague International Newsletter! 18. 8. 2021

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The Florenc Cycle Depot named as a finalist in the 2021 EUROCITIES Awards. Another cycle depot is planned for Anděl.

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The City of Prague moves closer to the construction of its own housing stock with new development guidelines.

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Revoluční třída to become a new city boulevard. Asphalt will be replaced with paving, sidewalks will be widened, and trees added.

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Over 30,000 parcels have already been delivered by bike. Prague is preparing a second bike depot in Smíchov.

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Prague’s new housing strategy includes plans for 9,000 new apartments each year and city ownership of 35,000 apartments by 2030.

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New rules for developer contributions towards public amenities to be submitted for approval in June

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Prague City Assembly approves the continuation of the Vltava Philharmonic project

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Read the latest issue of the IPR Prague International Newsletter! 19. 3. 2021

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Prague City Council approves the continuation of the Vltava Philharmonic project

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Prague to prepare an analysis of its industrial sites, including Malešice, its largest

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Tomáš Hudeček to lead IPR Prague’s new Department of City Development

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Now available in English: Book by former Prague Mayor Tomáš Hudeček offers behind-the-scenes view of running a city

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Read the latest issue of the IPR Prague International Newsletter! 29. 12. 2020

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Electric cargo bikes hit the city center as Prague opens its first cycle depot for deliveries

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The new building law will be a catastrophe for the Czech economy, as it ignores the needs of large Czech cities.

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