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CTP Continues Park Improvements




CTP’s on-going programme of park improvements continues at several locations. These include the distribution centre for Bakker at CTPark Divišov, which has been given a facelift with new facades and site improvements, including outside landscaped employee break-out areas and improved signage throughout the park. Properties at CTPark Humpolec, including for BJS and for Valeo, also received refurbishments to their facades and landscaping improvements. CTP’s Airport Logistics Park as well as new acquistions at CTPark Prague East and CTPark Prague North are also receiving site improvements as part of overall rebranding.


At CTPark Ostrava a new bus service will go into operation in November, linking the park directly with Ostrava’s main bus station. Over 8,000 people currenly work at CTPark Ostrava.


Phase Two of Tree Planting Underway

Phase two of CTP’s large-scale tree planting and landscaping project launched in mid-October. Designed by Dutch landscape architect Lodewijk Baljon, phase two involves planting 4,000 native trees and shrubs—twice as many as in the previous phase in Autumn last year. Work will focus on ten CTPark locations including Humpolec, Bor, Airport Logistics Park, Žatec, Divišov, Mladá Boleslav and Hranice and includes additional landscaping and infrastructure improvements. CTPark Bor alone will see the planting of around 1,000 trees. This large-scale project is carried out in conjunction with Ebben Nurseries in the Netherlands, which the Property Management team visited in April this year.