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Support for investors & Public-Private Partnership

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Author: Urząd m.st. Warszawy

When looking for a convenient location for your investment, include Warsaw on your list. The city has plenty of advantages, which we will be delighted to share with you during a meeting at the office or a walk through the city.

We will provide the latest data on, for example, the capital's real estate market, talent pool or planned projects. Cooperation with us may help you discover Warsaw, and perhaps open up new prospects for your business you never knew existed!

Investment fairs

Twice a year Warsaw is present at international investment fairs - MIPIM in Cannes and EXPO REAL in Munich, demonstrating its investment potential. In both events, along with the City, there are Business Partners who can submit their applications in a call organised by the Economic Development Department. During the fair, not only the City's real estate offers and commercial partners are presented, but also all of the City's assets, determining the investors' decision to develop or start a business in our city.

 

 

Public-Private Partnership (PPP) is a procedure for carrying out public tasks based on a long-term agreement specifying the division of tasks and risks between the public entity and the private partner.

 

PPP projects involve the development, construction or refurbishment of infrastructure and its maintenance/management as well as the provision of long-term specific services related to a given infrastructure asset.

 

Private sector

From the private sector's perspective, PPP projects are profitable investments offering market rates of return on invested funds. The private partner benefits from the opportunity to develop the business and utilise its knowledge and experience. With its specific know-how, it has the expertise to make an investment more efficient and optimal in terms of local needs and its subsequent use.

 

Public sector

The public sector profits from an experienced partner who is often able to complete the investment faster and guarantee the provision of an adequate level of service.

Investments in the PPP formula are an alternative to those executed in the traditional formula, which are much more burdensome for the budget. Currently, this is particularly significant as cities' finances are affected by the struggle against the epidemic.

Ongoing PPP projects:

  • Underground car parks
  • Targowa Centre of Creativity

Projects for which proceedings to select a private partner are under way:

  • New Emilia. Exhibition space and urban orangery
  • Development of highly energy-efficient public kindergartens in Warsaw as a replacement for facilities such as Stolbud - Ciechanów
  • Restoration and use of the Gwardia Hall building in Warsaw

Feel free to find out more about our offer: ppp@um.warszawa.pl