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Gov't increases aid for emergency property repairs(Hina) Financial aid to citizens for emergency repairs on their earthquake-damaged apartment buildings or houses will be increased from HRK 12,000 to 16,000 per housing unit in an apartment building and from HRK 12,000 to 25,000 for a family house, the government decided on Thursday. 01.04.2021. | News
Minister says organised reconstruction in Zagreb to start in June(Hina, Nova TV) - Physical Planning and Construction Minister Darko Horvat said on Sunday, ahead of the first anniversary of the 22 March 2020 earthquake in Zagreb, that preparations for the process of reconstruction were underway and that organised reconstruction would start in June. 22.03.2021. | News
Banija earthquake damage estimated at €5bn, daily says(Hina) - The direct damage of the devastating earthquakes in the Banija region on 28 and 29 December is estimated at a little over €5 billion, which is about 10% of Croatia's GDP, Jutarnji List daily said on Saturday, citing unofficial figures. 15.03.2021. | News
Horvat: Go-ahead for demolition and reconstruction of houses soon to be given(Hina) - Construction Minister Darko Horvat said on Thursday that his ministry had not yet resolved any requests for the demolition of a damaged house or post-earthquake reconstruction in Zagreb because organised preparation had taken place first, but decisions would be issued soon. 11.03.2021. | News
Users of state-owned properties damaged in earthquake exempt from paying rent(Hina) - Tenants and users of state-owned flats and business premises from Sisak-Moslavina, Karlovac, Zagreb and Krapina-Zagorje counties and the City of Zagreb will be exempt from the obligation to pay rent or fee for the use of state-owned flats and business premises. 05.03.2021. | News
Meeting on demolition and reconstruction held in Petrinja(Hina) - Members of the task force dealing with the aftermath of the 29 December earthquake had a meeting in Petrinja with heads of municipalities and the county on the demolition of buildings which pose a hazard to local residents. 08.02.2021. | News
Capannelli: WB engaged in estimating earthquake damage cost to help Croatia(Hina) - The World Bank's Country Manager for Croatia and Slovenia, Elisabetta Capannelli, on Wednesday visited the city of Sisak to get an insight into the extent of the damage caused by the 29 December 6.2-strong earthquake. 03.02.2021. | News
Minister says demolition of quake-damaged facilities to begin this week(Hina) - The demolition of buildings that pose the most risk to citizens in the earthquake-hit areas will start this week, Construction Minister Darko Horvat said after a meeting with representatives of the civil engineering profession on Monday. 25.01.2021. | News
Landslides no longer give same input parametres for construction planning(Hina) Construction Minister Darko Horvat said on Wednesday that geologists were extremely cautious with regards to activated landslides and geological phenomena in the quake-hit area, which were no longer giving the same input parametres for construction planning as before the earthquake. 20.01.2021. | News | Information
Academic community soon to give blueprint for post-quake reconstruction ​(Hina) The Croatian academic community will soon give a blueprint for organised reconstruction of the quake-affected areas, Construction Minister Darko Horvat said on Tuesday evening after his meeting with professors from several faculties in Zagreb. 20.01.2021. | News | Information