The “Pinky” hall in Zemun will be demolished next year, and a modern, multifunctional sports and recreation center will be built on that place.. How do they find out News, during the coming months, all property and legal relations will be resolved, so that the “Pinky” facility would be returned to the ownership of the City, after which the development of a new project will begin.
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The current majority owner of “Pinkija” is the company NIS, with a 49% share in the capital. According to our source, the Municipality of Zemun will soon send an initiative to the City Administration because there is a possibility that the NIS Company will soon hand over “Pinky” to the City. If the property and legal vicissitudes are resolved this year, next year the development of the project and realization will begin, which implies the demolition of the current and construction of a new sports facility.
– This project is the need of the people of Zemun, and there are almost 200,000 of them – our source points out – the “Pinky” hall is on a good way to become a mockery of the municipality, the facility is dilapidated and there is no adequate maintenance.
This kind of “Pinky” can’t survive. A new sports hall is necessary and will greatly contribute to the popularization of sports, and it will also have conditions for holding various events.
Although there are no hints yet about how big the new hall should be, it is known that it will be the future hall will be larger than the existing one.
This hall is the only sports center in Belgrade that is not financed from the city budget because in 2000 the then municipal government made the decision to transform Dom “Pinki” into JP KCS “Pinki Zemun”, which has been operating as a joint stock company since then, and the majority a 49 percent stake was sold to NIS.
In addition to the hall, which has 2,300 seats, the complex has a martial arts, gymnastics and ballet hall, fitness center, shooting range and indoor pool.
Source: Gradjevinarstvo.rs – VESTI by www.gradjevinarstvo.rs.
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