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Reconstruction of earthquake-damaged buildings in the City of Zagreb and its surroundingsThe devastating earthquake that hit Zagreb and its surroundings in the early hours of 22 March 2020 caused great damage to buildings - family houses, residential buildings, hospitals, schools, urban roads. Several institutions have been involved in addressing this complex problem and each of them helps within its competences and capabilities. 07.05.2020. | News
Subsidisation of housing loansSubsidization of housing loans is a measure of assistance that provides subsidies to young people to pay part of a housing loan for the first five years of loan repayment. The measure has been implemented since 2017, i.e., calls were implemented in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. Applications under the last call were received from 30 March to 30 April 2020 and 3,681 applications for loan subsidy were received. 07.05.2020. | News | Information | Subsidisation of housing loans
Projects financed through loans from international financial institutionsThe Call for public consultation on the Environmental and Social Commitment Plan and Stakeholder Engagement Plan has been published. The publication of documents (Environmental Protection and Social Commitment Plan and Stakeholder Engagement Plan) is an integral part of the policy preparation procedure (Environment and Social Policy Framework) of the World Bank. The documents will be available to the public from 05 May 2020 to 05 June 2020. 05.05.2020. | Page
Minister says quake damage estimated at €5.52bn(Hina) - Construction and Physical Planning Minister Predrag Štromar said on Wednesday that the damage caused by the quake that struck Zagreb and- its environs on March 22 had been estimated at 42 billion kuna. Experts from Zagreb's Civil Engineering Faculty have made five estimates of the damage and chosen the one they think is the most realistic, Štromar said in an interview with Croatian Television. 22.04.2020. | News | From media
Štromar: Experts prepare several models to reconstruct quake-damaged buildings(Hina) - Construction Minister Predrag Štromar has said in an interview with Hina that experts have drawn up models for the reconstruction of buildings damaged in the 22 March quake, depending on a degree of damage and the type of buildings ranging from family houses to listed buildings. 20.04.2020. | News | From media
Štromar: Bill on post-quake reconstruction of Zagreb will be complex(Hina) - The bill on the reconstruction of Zagreb after the March 22 earthquake will be complex because buildings in the centre of the capital are more than 100 years old, and specialists in all relevant areas are involved, Construction Minister Predrag Štromar said in a Croatian television current affairs programme on Monday morning. "We must not and will not leave our citizens alone and that is most important," Štromar said, adding that the bill would be fast-tracked through Parliament. 13.04.2020. | News | From media
State will co-finance reconstruction of chimneys, purchase of condensing boilers(Hina) - Construction Minister Predrag Štromar said on Friday that talks were under way with the World Bank on co-financing the reconstruction of chimneys on buildings damaged in the 22 March quake in Zagreb. Štromar said that his ministry and the Environment and Energy Ministry would also make a model to co-finance the purchase of new condensing boilers. 10.04.2020. | News | From media
Minister says money for housing loan subsidies not in question(Hina) - Construction and Physical Planning Minister Predrag Štromar said on Thursday that this year housing loan subsidies would require around HRK 15 million and that the money for that purpose had been secured. Speaking to reporters after a government session, Štromar said that funds for housing loan instalments were subsidised for a period of five, seven or nine years, depending on the number of children a family has. 09.04.2020. | News | From media | Subsidisation of housing loans
Ministry drafting law on urgent reconstruction after earthquake(Hina) Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Construction and Physical Planning Predrag Štromar reported that more than 21 thousand applications have been submitted so far for the analysis of damage to facilities caused by the earthquake in Zagreb. He also reported that a bill was being prepared which would enable quicker, simpler and more efficient addressing of the housing issue of citizens in Zagreb and Krapina-Zagorje County whose homes were affected by the earthquake. 26.03.2020. | News | From media
Experts on Territorial Cohesion and Urban Development in ZagrebOn 25 and 26 February 2020, Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning has, within the framework of Croatian Presidency of the Council of EU, held expert level Informal meetings for Network of Territorial Cohesion Contact Points – NTCCP and Urban Development Group – UDG at the National and University Library in Zagreb. 27.02.2020. | News | Information | EU2020HR