The urban planning project for the reconstruction of the building of the Institute for Emergency Medical Help in Belgrade will be up for public review between August 1 and 8, 2019.
The project has been prepared by the spatial planning company Urbopolis d.o.o. from Belgrade, and the project was requested by the Institute, it is said on the city's website.
Under the project, the facility will be reconstructed and extended in three phases. In the first phase, a new Block A will be built, Block B will be reconstructed and extended and Block C will be reconstructed.
As previously announced by Mayor of Belgrade Zoran Radojicic, the building will be reconstructed using the principles of energy efficiency. The plan is for the extension to amount to 8,000 m2.