Locked content Foreigners bought 3.2k ha land in 2016

According to data released by the interior ministry, foreigners bought 3,185 hectares of Polish land last year, compared to 460 ha purchased in 2015. Out of that number, 575.89 hectares was agricultural and woodland grounds. Germans and Dutch were amongst the nations who purchased the most land. Add...

Locked content Archicom buys Piast Brewery’s 5.7 ha of land

Real estate developer Archicom has signed an agreement with Altona Investments for the acquisition of a 100 percent stake for PLN 36.3 million, the company informed. The purpose of the deal is the purchase of a 5.77 ha plot in Wrocław, located at ul. Jedności Narodowej 204-220, including several bui...

Locked content Robyg buys a property worth PLN 53 mln

Real estate developer Robyg’s subsidiary has bought a property of 60,000 sqm in Gdańsk for the amount of €12.2 million (PLN 53.4 million), the company informed in a marketing filing. The acquisition will allow for the construction of 2,500 apartments. On Tuesday, Robyg announced it will alloca...

Locked content Ombudsman criticizes new state land bill

Government ombudsman Adam Bodnar sent a letter to Prime Minister Beata Szydło this week, in which he shared his concerns about the upcoming state-owned land sale bill. The measure calls for the freezing of sales of most land owned by the State Treasury for the next five years. The government justifi...

Locked content Sejm begins working on state land sale bill

The Council of Ministers has commenced work on a bill regarding the sale of state-owned land, ISBNews reports. The bill will freeze the sales of many agricultural properties owned by the State Treasury for the next five years and implement some changes to laws proposed by the Minister of Agriculture...

Locked content Interior Ministry: Dutch buy most Polish land

Foreigners purchased 1000 ha of Polish lands in 2014, and nearly half of that area (484 ha) was bought by Dutch investors, according to the Polish Ministry of the Interior. Last year, foreigners gained 271 permits entitling them to purchase land totaling 1000 ha, compared with 252 permits and 697 ha...

Atal to buy more land

Polish developer Atal is going to expand its land bank and invest around PLN 60-100 million this year, the firm’s CEO Zbigniew Juroszek said in a statement.

Locked content Robyg may spend another PLN 70-100 million on land

Property developer Robyg may spend PLN 70-100 million on land purchases in Warsaw before the end of this year, the company’s supervisory board chairman Oscar Kazanelson told the Polish Press Agency in an interview. Earlier this year, the company spent almost PLN 80 million on Warsaw plots. Next year...