"Bigla-III" Ltd. participated in the second annual conference "Investment and construction of residential buildings"18.05.2016
Second annual conference "Investment and construction of residential buildings," part of the Building Innovation Forum Series 2016 provides a platform for leading professionals in the sector (investors, consultants, architects, designers, engineers, suppliers of building technologies and materials, facility managers and users) to summarize trends and important aspects in the implementation of successful housing.
"Part of the fees that investors pay for the issuance of building permits to remain in the municipal budget, which implements the relevant projects. This was offered by the manager of "Bigla-III" Ltd. Krasimir Shalev on the second annual conference "Investment and construction of residential buildings", held today in Sofia Event Center.
Krasimir Shalev believes that 30% of the amounts paid for building permits can be used by local communities enrichment and construction of infrastructure in the neighborhoods.
According to him, there is a need to facilitate the administrative procedures that accompany the realization of investment projects. Cumbersome procedures, long terms and numerous documents that the administration requires hamper investors.
Sofia municipality usually goes after the events and that has to change, was adamant Krasimir Shalev. According to him, after the passing of the crisis municipal administration again is not prepared for the new challenges that the market imposes - quality infrastructure, transport, bike lanes, parks.
"Bigla-III" shall be engaged in the construction of boutique buildings in Sofia. The company offers luxury development based on high technology and quality execution of every detail."
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