Private investor wants to build 74 houses on the outskirts of Krupka in Teplice
A private investor wants to build 74 family houses on the outskirts of Krupka in Teplice. Agricultural land must first be removed from the land fund. Near the land is the church of St. Procopius. Earthworks can only follow after an archaeological survey has been carried out. The construction will not have a significant impact on the environment, the county office of the Ústí Region stated in a published decision.
In the vicinity there is a gardening colony, recreational buildings, a stadium, roads and the church of St. Procopius. Part of the project is a plan for the construction of a water supply line, sewage sewers to drain the site into the city sewer. Public lighting of roads and sidewalks is proposed. Construction of a substation is planned. Family houses should be heated only with electricity, i.e. using electric boilers or heat pumps.
The location is accessible from adjacent streets. The plots are kept as an agricultural land fund, from which they must be exempted. The plan is in accordance with the spatial plan of the town of Krupka.
The ruins of the church of St. Procopius. The originally Gothic church has been on the list of cultural monuments since 1958. If any archaeological findings are found, a rescue archaeological survey will be carried out
Approximately 13,000 inhabitants live in Krupka. The town is located near the D8 highway between Teplice and Ústí nad Labem.