New figures show that Prague now needs 1.55 million housing!

The number of people in Prague was underestimated by the city and this has a big impact on how many apartments are constructed.

The number of people in Prague was underestimated by the city;   property

This has a huge impact on urban planning for the future.

While the figure is 1,3 million by the Czech statistical office, the actual figure in the city is almost half a million higher every day.

An Economic Research concentrate on housing for Prague Metropolitan Area and Central Bohemia shows that Prague needs to count on already Needing at least 1.55 million inhabitants of apartments. Earlier The predictions were lower, calling for about 1.4 million Residents in 2030.

A new analysis is being used mobile operators' anonymized demographic and location data, In February, October and December 2018, on people's movements. It has shown that Every day, nearly 300,000 to 400,000 people come to Prague to leave In the evening again. This group is going to work, study, and Prague. Meetings, medical meetings, etc. If tourists use apartments In addition, the data show 1.75 million people a week in Prague Afternoon.

In accordance with the Analysis, approximately 1,55 million people are considered Residents. Of these, approximately 200,000 live in Prague But stayed out of Prague for the days monitored, for a long time Example on a trip at home or abroad. On the contrary, 200,000 to 250,000 people live in Prague but have no permanent population While the registered population is 1.3 million, residence is there.

Since mid-2015, prices for new apartments have risen by around 90 percent, which has caused the housing situation to be unsustainable to most people in Prague. During a recent meeting of housing experts at the Center for Architecture and Urban Planning (CAMP), Prague was uniquely affected by its housing crisis. In order to meet the needs of the population, though, experts agreed that the city should not spread beyond its borders, but rather that it should create the conditions for quality living in the city.

"There are no cities Long industry centers, but mainly trade and services and in They improve living conditions in all respects. Figures show current figures That Prague demand is even larger than we perceived, and we must be able to work with this information in the future Continuous basis," Petr Hlaváček, Deputy Mayor, United Forces Prague, the Territorial Development Manager, said.

"The town has to be count on the quick and effective transformation of large-scale areas For many years, that was disused. Only this can be reduced Infrastructure pressure and at least stabilization of the number of Those who every day commute," he added.

Opravy motorových vozidel Špaček, Speaking on behalf of CE-Traffic data analyst, the city said it had to evaluate these data in order to get a more accurate picture of the current population. " No city can proceed without such data. The number of people traveling across Prague every day Extreme can be called, but no circumstances suggest this trendIt ought to decrease," said Špaček.

"By virtue of Prague's housing price, it is unlikely that tens of thousands of people will be mitigated each day in the coming years, for jobs and services concentrated in Prague," he said.

Because of many people who work in Prague, but live outside the capital Construction and housing support in neighboring regions Upgraded.

"The decrease Building in Prague is replaced with regional housing market that has a number of negative effects, particularly Increasing transport need," Lukáš Kohl architect of the Company Doma je Doma said that.

As a consequence Process, property prices have significantly increased in the Prague-East and Prague-West districts. The average cost of a The rental price in the family house has risen by millions. The entire catchment area grew by tens of percent, in particular Good transport links to Prague in areas.

Other factors include Experts cited slow building permits that influence construction, Higher land prices, high taxes and, in particular, an increase in Building work prices combined with labor shortages that affect Economic project balance.

"Sometimes, " There is a serious risk of inputs being so costly that The project will not be fseasible ... even if it has all the authorisations," Immobilien expert Eduard said Forejt.

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