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On 8th December this year, representatives of the company Centralny Port Komunikacyjny signed agreements with the starosts of the districts of Sochaczew, Żyrardów and Grodzisk on the acquisition of geodetic and cartographic data from the resources of these local governments. This is the next step in the Voluntary Purchase Programme launched last week.
Thanks to the arrangements of 8 December this year, the company Centralny Port Komunikacyjny will receive information from the counties on the real estate in the Voluntary Purchase Programme (PDN). The meeting in the form of a teleconference was attended by the Deputy Minister of Infrastructure and Government Plenipotentiary for CPK Marcin Horała, President of CPK Mikołaj Wild and Member of the Board of CPK for real estate Patryk Demski. On the part of the local government, the agreements were concluded on behalf of the starosts: Jolanta Gonta from Sochaczew, Krzysztof Dziwisz from Żyrardów and Marek Wieżbicki from Grodzisk.
– The agreements concluded […] will be valid until the end of 2023, as well as the Voluntary Purchase Programme launched last week, under which we have already received first applications from owners interested in selling the property. This is an important step in the process of real estate acquisition and spatial planning related to the construction of a new airport and railway junction,” says Marcin Horała, Government Plenipotentiary for CPK.
– The agreements with the districts are another consistent step in the preparation for the CPK. We will use cartographic and geodetic data from the districts when acquiring land for the construction of the Solidarity Port. Our goal is an efficient construction of the CPK, but also the best possible development of the area around the airport in close cooperation with representatives of local authorities,’ explains Mikołaj Wild, President of the CPK company.
According to the PDN’s assumptions, those interested in a quick sale of the property to CPK, who do not want to wait for the location decision and expropriation in uncertainty, will be able to sell the land earlier, receiving a price based on its market value. In any case, the value of the property will be determined in the form of an appraisal report prepared by an appraiser.
CPK acquires real estate in an area to the west of Warsaw between the cities of Żyrardów, Grodzisk Mazowiecki and Sochaczew. The area is delimited by: A2 motorway to the south, national road no. 50 to the west, Szymanów village and Pisa river to the north, and Pisa Tuczna and Baranów village to the east.
Since 2 December this year, there is a special form at https://www.cpk.pl/pl/inwestycja/program-dobrowolnych-nabyc, where interested property owners can report their willingness to sell their land. Each such person should indicate whether he or she is interested in selling his or her property only, or in exchanging it, and if so, what properties he or she is interested in. So far, the CPK has received 30 applications from residents interested in selling the property.
CPK intends to acquire as many properties as possible in the form of sale and exchange (civil law contracts). Only to the extent that no agreement can be reached with the property owners, expropriation for compensation will take place as part of the location decision, similar to other public purpose investments.
The meeting of the representatives of the CPK with the starosts is at the same time the beginning of a dialogue with the partners of the investment, including local government, aimed at formulating a Regional Development Strategy for the future Solidarity Port. Later this month, the CPK company plans to launch a public consultation on this issue.