Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki presented the Decalogue of Polish Affairs, a list of ideas that would help create a non-partisan government. The second “commandment” is new housing ideas.
The Decalogue of Polish Affairs presented by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on November 17 included an item regarding housing construction.
National Housing Programme
– It is not an art to support demand. Such programs existed earlier and in our times (Safe Credit 2% – editor’s note), the trick is to properly act on the so-called supply side, i.e. to ensure that as many apartments as possible are built in Poland – said Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.
The Prime Minister listed the demands of other parties which, in his opinion, could become common projects in a cross-party government. The government leader called his idea the Coalition of Polish Affairs.
– Together with the Left and PSL, I want to focus on the National Housing Program and its supply part, the release of land in cities as part of spatial development plans. Let’s make sure the mayors of big cities do this – he said.
Houses not only up to 70 square meters?
The Prime Minister also referred to the project of the outgoing government, which facilitated the construction of houses up to 70 square meters. According to Law and Justice, also in this matter it is possible to look for common ideas and expand existing programs.
– We also want further deregulation of house construction. We have already done this in the case of houses up to 70 square meters in size. We also want deregulation of the construction of houses from components, as the best in the world do it – said Mateusz Morawiecki. The Prime Minister also recalled the program that PiS presented during the election campaign at a conference in the middle of a Silesian housing estate.
– There is also a program for the modernization of prefabricated blocks of flats. We also noticed this in the Third Way program. We are talking about the modernization of housing estates where 8 to 11 million people live – he reminded.