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Polskie Domy Drewniane (Polish Wooden Houses, PDD) purchased a plot in Środa Śląska at Gen. W. Sikorskiego St. with a total area of 157,000 m2. Housing estate will be built there with over 800 apartments in multi-family buildings. Together with the city authorities, PDD will contribute to the creation of a new district, where both residents of Środa Śląska and people from Wrocław, looking for a friendly and ecological place to live, with good access to the capital of Lower Silesia, will find flats.
The purchased land is the area of Winna Góra, which is located in the northern part of Środa Śląska. It is directly adjacent to well-urbanized areas and therefore is a natural direction for the city’s development. The convenient location gives the developer the opportunity to use the media necessary to provide infrastructure for new buildings, and provides future residents with access to well-developed public services. – Środa Śląska is a non-accidental choice for the construction of the first multi-family housing estate in Poland built in wooden technology. A large scale and a holistic approach to the investment will allow for the creation of well-thought-out buildings with ecological and energy-saving solutions. The residents of the newly created housing estate can count on the fact that they will move into friendly, healthy apartments, built on the basis of the latest technologies, friendly to both people and the natural environment – says Tomasz Szlązak, President of the Management Board of Polskie Domów Drewniane
Green, urban and comfortable
According to the analyzes of Polskie Domy Drewniane, a housing estate consisting of approx. 27 four-storey buildings with approx. 800 apartments (approx. 40,000 m2 of housing useable area) will be constructed in the plot purchased. The company plans to build apartments with various usable areas. The final size of individual premises will be determined after prior analysis of the needs of the local community.
Residential buildings, as well as planned service points, will be designed and constructed in the technology of prefabricated wooden skeleton. This technology, which is dynamically developing in the world, guarantees not only the shortening of the investment implementation time, but also the reduction of the carbon footprint, safety and durability – 80% of the works related to the construction of the building are performed under controlled conditions in specialized factories. As a result, the quality and costs are monitored on an ongoing basis. This allows the prefabricated timber frame technology to compete with other commonly used technologies. Especially since the natural properties of wood serve future residents and allow them to benefit in the long term from lower operating costs, including heating costs. Savings on this account will be at the level of approx. 10% compared to traditional technology.
The assembly of the first buildings in Środa Śląska using the prefabricated wooden skeleton technology is planned for the first half of 2022.
Środa Śląska is an investment pearl of south-western Poland
Środa Śląska is a region of large companies (mainly from the automotive and logistics industries). The main advantage of the city is its location in the vicinity of the Legnica Special Economic Zone and good communication – the A4 motorway is nearby, it is close to the Wrocław-Strachowice airport, and the capital of Lower Silesia is only a dozen or so minutes away from the capital of Lower Silesia.
According to the data of the Central Statistical Office, in the years 2002-2019 the number of inhabitants in the Środa Śląska poviat increased by 13%.
– The investment of the Warsaw company Polskie Domy Drewniane in Winna Góra will be a strong impulse for the development of Środa Śląska and the surrounding area. Our residents must not only have jobs, but we also want to ensure that they live in the most friendly conditions possible. The location of such an important residential investment in our city is proof of the accuracy of the development strategy of the City and Commune adopted by us in 2015 – says Adam Ruciński, Mayor of Środa Śląska.
Source: Polskie Domy Drewniane (Polish Wooden Houses)