Invest in Kraśnik
FŁT Kraśnik S.A. was established in 1948 and is the largest manufacturer of roller and ball bearings in Poland
Kraśnik has a thriving food processing industry thanks to the availability of local farm products
A great place to live, a great place to invest
Investment Zone Kraśnik
The process of investment planning requires the basic data on the land property to be used, such as its legal status, exact location, access to public road system, available media, building permits and the status of the property in the local Land Use Plan.
In the cases where the local Land Use Plan is not available, the investor should seek the formal decision specifying the conditions to build on the property.
Note: pursuant to the Act of March 27, 2003 about the planning and land use (Dziennik Ustaw [Journal of Laws] of 2003, No. 80, Item 717 with later amendments), the decision specifying the conditions to build on the property can only be issued if all of the following conditions are met:
at least one neighboring plot, accessible from the same public road, has buildings erected in the way that allows the conditions for the planned structures to be specified, considering the continuation of the building's function, parameters, features and land use planning, including the size and architectural form of the proposed structures and intensity of land use;
the plot is accessible from a public road;
the existing or planned media infrastructure is sufficient for the planned construction. This condition is considered to be fulfilled when the media infrastructure to be put in place has been subject to a formal agreement between the relevant authorities and the investor;
the land does not require a permit to be reclassified from farming or forestry land category to non-farming category, or it was subject to such a permit in keeping with land use plans that expired pursuant to Article 67 of the Act of July 7, 1944 about the land use planning;
the decision conforms to all other laws.
Obtaining the required permits and decisions and launching the investment project.
After the initial phase of the investment project has been completed and once the right of ownership of the property has been established, the investor should obtain proper permits or declare the intention to carry out the planned work. The specific route to be taken at this stage largely depends on the type of planned construction work. The construction can only commence after the decision granting the building permit (or demolition permit) has been issued.
Depending on the type of the planned construction work, environmental permits may be required as well. This normally happens when the planned investment project might have a significant impact on the environment. In such cases the environmental permits must be obtained before the building permit can be issued.
The investor is obligated to inform proper authorities of the date when construction is planned to begin. All construction work must be carried out and supervised by properly authorized personnel.
Completion of work and handing over of the property.
After the construction work has been completed, the structure needs to be formally accepted by relevant authorities. Where necessary, a license for use will be issued. The application for the license to use and the information about the completion of the construction work must be submitted to the County Building Inspector's Office. The Office is located in Kraśnik at Lubelska 115, tel (+48) 81 825 31 07.