The BBC Domy investment company is planning to build 99 family houses, 18 terraced houses and a multifunctional building in the village of Nová Dedinka, near Senec, the TASR newswire informed.
The investment company has already put forward its intention to take the impact of the project on the environment into consideration during the build. The plots where the construction will take place are outside of the village itself in an already built up area.
“The area is bordered in the north by the Čierna Voda stream, by a cooperative farm in the west, family houses in the east and a road in the south which we want to use to connect the area,” described the investor for TASR.
The average utility area of one house will measure 180 square metres and the total area of the construction will cover 90,758 square metres. The residential district will provide homes for approximately 470 people.
The two-floor multifunctional building will provide local facilities for the citizens and administrative offices, housed in a reconstructed building that was formerly part of the cooperative farm.
“Altogether, there will be 351 parking places belonging to the family houses and 39 parking places near the multifunctional building,” described the developer, as quoted by TASR.
The finished project is set for December 2019. The costs for the realization of the technical and transport infrastructure are estimated at 1.5 million euros and the investor believes the buildings themselves will cost eight million euros.
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