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Warehouse Market News

The occupancy rate of industrial and logistics real estate reached a record last year

According to the analysis of Market Outlook 2023 by the real estate consulting company CBRE, the total volumes of investments in real estate in Slovakia decreased in 2023.

In the logistics of sports events, the goal is thorough interplay

Even sports events cannot do without high-quality logistics. All its parts fit together, mostly in a strict time schedule and in several locations at the same time. Possible problems in logistics during sports, festivals, cultural or other events are signed by the dissatisfaction of participants, guests, partners, and at the end of the day also by an unpleasant feeling and the overall reputation of the event and the organizer.

Intersnack's warehouse in western Slovakia is for sale

The distributor of salty snacks has outgrown its warehouse capacity. He is now looking for a new owner for the brownfield near the D1 highway.

The deputies postponed the effectiveness of the Act on Construction by one year

"The primary incentive for the processing of the draft law is the urgent request to delay the upcoming effectiveness of the Construction Act, as amended, in connection with the unpreparedness for the initiation of permitting processes under the new construction legislation. It is proposed to postpone the effectiveness of the Construction Act by one year, i.e. j. until April 1, 2025," the material for the draft amendment to the law states. The new building legislation was supposed to come into effect on April 1, 2024. However, only part of it, namely the spatial planning law, will enter into force on this date. According to the Ministry of Transport, the main reasons for the postponement of the validity of the Act on Construction are mainly the unpreparedness of the inclusion of the permitting processes of constructions that are subject to the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process. The problem is also the time slippage in the preparation of the necessary decrees or forms, as well as the delay in the preparation of the digitization of proceedings in construction. Another reason is the insufficient staffing of the Office for Territorial Planning with trained professional employees to carry out the assumed range of permitting procedures. According to the department, the aim of several changes in the currently valid construction law is to shorten the time of construction preparation, especially the time of administrative assessment in the construction permit phase, in the transitional period, i.e. until the construction law comes into force. According to the Ministry of Transport, due to the temporary nature and urgency of the adjustment, the law does not have the ambition to solve a large-scale amendment to the valid construction law or to modify related regulations in a fundamental way. Deputies also approved the committee's amending proposal, which also regulates the possibility of deciding on the location of nuclear facility constructions and nuclear facility-related constructions. It should be done in the so-called envelope way. Minister of Transport Jozef Ráž (nominee of Smeru-SD) explained the principle of the envelope method. According to Ráž, the internal construction of the projects will be determined by the building permit. The internal arrangement of the buildings should therefore be necessary within the scope of the building permit.

We do not just want to be carbon neutral, we want to have a positive impact on the environment

What changes in demand, supply and changes in client behavior does CTP perceive in comparison with the pre-pandemic situation and the situation today, what does CTP's real estate portfolio currently look like, or what are CTP's logistics and industrial development plans for 2022? Ivan Pastier, Senior Business Development Manager at CTP, answers the questions.

Martin Baláž: Smart solutions are closely related to significant energy savings and higher sustainability

"Many smart solutions have already become a standard part of Prologis buildings, such as the intelligent system for remote control of energy consumption in buildings. We also recently introduced the Prologis Essentials Marketplace platform on the Slovak market, with which our customers can order other prefabricated or tailor-made solutions,” says Martin Baláž, vice president and country manager for the Czech Republic and Slovakia of Prologis.


Date Business Center Tenant m2 Agency
2023 Q4 Sihot Park Intersnack Group GmbH & Co. KG 16000
2023 Q4 P3 Košice C.S: Cargo Slovakia 2700
2023 Q2 VGP Park Bratislava Hossa Family 7600

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Best of 2023

  • Largest Rental:

    VGP Park Bratislava - , with 43320m2 rented space

  • Most Active Warehouse Building:

    VGP Park Bratislava, 3 db rentals, with 59720m2 rented space

  • Most Active Agency:

    , 0 transactions, transactions total space: 80420 m2

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