LC Corp buys land for Warsaw apartments

Warsaw Stock Exchange-listed developer LC Corp has acquired over 0.7 hectares of developed land located on ul. Siennicka in the Praga Południe district of the Polish capital for more than PLN 11.5 million. The company plans to build a residential project with 137 apartments on the site. The develope...

Locked content Reconstruction of Lech bridge in Poznań begins

Reconstruction of the northern carriageway of Lech bridge in Poznań started at the weekend. The existing structure will be completely demolished and a new one will be built.  According to the agreement, the new bridge should be available for use at the end of January 2020. The completion of all cons...

Locked content PLN 85 mln EU funds will go to energy efficiency

The National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (NFEP&WM) allocated PLN 85 million EU funds to thirteen projects related to the effective distribution of heat and cold. Under the plan, 70 km of heating network and 400 heat centers will be built or modernized. As a result,  pr...

Locked content PGNiG: share of gas imported from Russia declines

The share of gas imported to Poland from Russia systematically declines, despite slightly higher supply from Gazprom versus a year ago. The increase in delivery comes from the general increase of gas consumption in Poland, PGNiG said. On Thursday, Gazprom reported gas sales for the first seven month...