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Research and tech park in Vajnory to start construction soon

The construction of a research and technology park in the Bratislava municipal district of Vajnory called CEPIT - Central European Park for Innovative Technologies, is ready and will be kicked off after the construction permit is granted.

The construction of a research and technology park in the Bratislava municipal district of Vajnory called CEPIT - Central European Park for Innovative Technologies, is ready and will be kicked off after the construction permit is granted.

The authorised representative of the CEPIT Property Management company, Tatiana Mikušová, informed the SITA newswire that the urban plan of the zone is being processed simultaneously with the Environmental Impact Assessment.

The first investors have submitted their projects for approval procedures at the relevant construction offices. The park will feature an energy and research centre, a data centre and a business centre. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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