Like a Phoenix, a New P3 Park Rises
from the Ashes of an Unsightly
The old, inaccessible area will become exactly opposite: the new business park will be
filled with greenery and finally be accessible. People will be able to pass through it, visit
it for shopping and, for some, it might even become a workplace.
Mr. Míček, in what way do you think the new P3 Park
will support the region’s economy?
Our park will not only provide refuge for the growth of
promising regional companies but also become a place
for companies looking to enter the Ostrava market. The
fact that the new industrial business district will provide
many new jobs is also of great interest. Their structure
is perhaps even more substantial than their number. The
park will provide application opportunities for not only
production and logistics operators and their team leaders,
but also for sellers, sales representatives and a plethora
of office professions. Many people will no longer have
to travel large distances to get to their job, saving time,
money and the environment.
Thanks to the park’s location, in the city center, it is
very accessible, which means that it will be of interest
to businesses with higher demands for their employees,
not only in numbers but also in qualification. This should
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attract companies with a higher added value, including
R&D, which is also supported by the park’s proximity
to the universities of Ostrava, the ENET Center and the
Center of Advanced Innovative Technologies.
Will the P3 Park make use of any new innovative
technologies or modern solutions that will decrease
its ecological footprint?
One of the major determining factors for this project
is the fact that it concerns the biggest revitalization
attempt of the brownfield, turning it into an industrial
zone. Its ecological affliction has been solved through
a very expensive remediation, financed with public
funds. The recovery of the Agglomeration area in
Ostrava-Vítkovice was based on the removal of certain
structures, terrain adjustment, and the disposal of
contaminated soil and waste. Now the area can be
made more attractive.