“The sale of the property was approved by the Supervisory Board of the Czech Post, and in the coming days the plan will be published on the public administration portal for a period of thirty days. Within this period, authorized entities can apply for the transfer of this property,” said Ivo Vysoudil, the spokesman for the state-owned enterprise.
According to him, in this case the Post Office will transfer the property at the usual price according to the expert opinion. “The range of authorized entities does not include municipalities, but state departments, organizations and state enterprises,” Vysoudil pointed out, adding that the estimated cost of the building is 130 million crowns.
The Post previously said that if no one expressed interest, the palace would be auctioned off to get the maximum possible price.
The Olomouc town hall is interested in the property, but negotiations to take it over have so far been unsuccessful. The city would like to move officials from the rented offices in Vejdovského street to the square, where they manage the agenda of drivers and motor vehicles, but the building belongs to the police. She announced that she would soon want to take it over for her own needs.
The post office stopped using the building on the square at the end of June, when it canceled three hundred branches in the Czech Republic, seven of which were in Olomouc alone.
Czech Post will take over the agenda from various state authorities, the Austrian said