The City of Belgrade has reverted the relevant construction and urban development fees to last year’s level. This was decided on Thursday, June 15, 2017 by the members of the Assembly of Belgrade, the Beoinfo website reports.
– With today’s decision on reverting the construction and other related fees to the last year’s level, real estate developers and investors will enjoy the same conditions as they did so far which are harmonized with the city’s policies on attracting investments – said the Speaker of the Belgrade City Assembly, Nikola Nikodijevic.
Deputy Mayor of Belgrade, Andreja Mladenovic has said that the decision was made in order to keep the strong momentum of construction investments in Belgrade going. Before the Assembly’s session on June 15, Mladenovic also said that, in the first half of 2017, the Belgrade authorities had issued building permits covering the construction of over 515,000 square metres of various facilities which was equal to the number of building permits issued for the entire 2016.
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