BGK Nieruchomości, which is implementing the Mieszkanie Plus pilot program, has signed 17 letters of intent and agreements with local governments. On this basis, the company has acquired property on which 6,000 apartments may soon be built, BGK Properties announced.
Properties for investment activities were identified in Biała Podlaska, Chorzów, Dębica, Gliwice, Katowice, Kobyłka, Nowa Dęba, Pelplin, Poznań, Radom, Skawina, Stalowa Wola, Starogard Gdański, Trzebinia, Tychy, Wałbrzych, and Września.
“The letters of intent and agreements signed on Wednesday establish close cooperation between BGK Properties and individual local governments to implement investment projects involving housing construction as well as social and technical infrastructure,” said Włodzimierz Stasiak, vice-president of BGK Nieruchomości.
At the end of September, the Council of Ministers adopted a resolution concerning Mieszkanie Plus. The government plans for the number of apartments per 1,000 inhabitants to reach the EU average of 435, compared to the current average in Poland which is 363.