Construction of POS Apartments Planned in 12 Croatian Cities

Lauren Simmonds

Plans for more social housing across the country have been announced by the Ministry.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 7th of January, 2018, within POS program, 262 apartments have been built and completed in the past year, and 348 of them are currently under construction.

There are currently apartments in cities all over Croatia, both coastal and continental, in Split, Gospić, Umag and Mali Lošinj, with more apartments being built in Fažana, Metković, Punta, Šibenik, Koprivnica and Varaždin. New or more POS apartment construction is planned for Baška, Cres, Kraljevica, Labin, Lovran, Omišalj, Đurđevac, Solin, Split, Vrgorac, Zadar and Zagreb.

Since the beginning of the POS Program implementation back in the year 2001, an impressive 8,032 apartments have been built in 237 buildings in various cities across the country. The total value of the investment amounts to 4.2 billion kuna, of which 1.1 billion kuna are incentives, according to the appropriate Ministry.

POS is implemented through several models that can be used by all citizens of the Republic of Croatia in order to resolve housing issues, depending on their respective needs, their status, their age and the number of family members in question.

At the end of December 2017, there was a proposal to amend the Law on Social Housing in a public debate, which, among other things aims to enable the launch of a new housing care program. The proposal is to provide proper housing within the framework of a special POS program according to which the aforementioned apartments will be constructed for rent.


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