A working breakfast given by Minister Ivan Bartoš and attended by representatives of AFI members opened the topics of the Building Act, business parks and brownfields. There was also talk of other forms of investment support, such as the introduction of direct flights to distant destinations such as Taiwan or Japan.
Chairman of AFI Kamil Blažek and executive director Ondřej Votruba actively participated in the discussion on behalf of AFI. Jiří Vyskoč from Prague Airport spoke on the topic of tourism.
Business parks and their continuous preparation are crucial for the further influx of investments into our country. High-quality facilities for companies are a necessary condition for their further expansion in all regions. The minister agreed with company representatives on the need to cultivate brownfields and bring them back to life.
A separate division is being established within CzechInvest to focus on the revitalisation of the brownfield and the Líně strategic business park near Pilsen. David Petr of CzechInvest expressed interest in continuing with this initiative and focusing on the development of brownfields and business parks continuously. Ivan Bartoš and he agreed on the need for a systematic approach to brownfield development, and the new division could be a suitable tool for this.
The working breakfast followed the previous meeting from November last year and the minister agreed with representatives of companies on another meeting on individual topics.