CTP invests in community with new recreation grounds for employees at CTPark Bor
Commercial estate developer CTP has invested almost four million Czech crowns in a multi-purpose recreation ground for employees at one of its largest industrial parks, CTPark Bor, near Tachov, West Bohemia. The company is continuing a pilot project and developing a wide range of services for the tenants of its buildings. To support the community at the park, in addition to sports grounds and other leisure facilities, such as outdoor fireplaces, the developer is gradually building canteens and restaurants at its biggest parks. Other facilities will also be constructed over time, including accommodation for the employees of tenants and doctors’ offices.
Jakub Kodr, CTP Senior Business Manager
who is responsible for clients in the Bohemian region, stated:
In Bor, an illuminated multi-purpose sports ground was therefore built, for basketball, volleyball, and 5-a-side football. The company has also installed a very popular outdoor gym and a managed recreational pitch, for a range of outdoor activities from badminton to frisbee. In addition to the sports grounds, the CTP has built large outdoor fireplaces in two areas of the CTPark Bor which have already proved a success at the Ponávka complex in Brno, where tenants often use them for outdoor events or barbecues. The recreation areas also includes sanitary facilities.
To mark the official opening of the complex, the developer held sports tournaments on Saturday 19 September, as part of the CTP challenge cup, in which CTP and tenant teams competed. From now, the recreation ground is open to anyone including people from the surrounding villages, without the need to book.
By the end of the year, CTPark Bor will cover an area of 420,000 m2, making it the second largest industrial park in the Czech Republic, after CTPark Brno. The Bor site is beside the D5 motorway, just a short distance from the German border, and is thus ideally located for the logistics centres of online retailers serving both the German and Czech markets, and for light industry.