07.04.2021. / 16:51
BANJA LUKA – Football Club “Borac”, Tennis Club “Mladost”, Boxing Club “Slavija”, as well as the Association of Returnee Citizens in Banja Luka unreasonably rented out the premises given to them by the city, which caused damage to the city of more than 100,000 KM per year .
Specifically, the city premises rented by FC “Borac” Banja Luka are located at the city stadium and are used by the hair salon, “Juventa”, cafe-bar “Stadion”, betting shop “Vulcano” and cafe-bar “Kantina”. The initial lease price of these spaces is currently 19.50 KM per square meter.
“Taking into account the square footage of these business premises, the price of rent that the City would receive by leasing, and which is obtained by multiplying the area of business premises by the starting price for the planned zone, in this particular case would amount to 4,999 KM per month, or 59,992 KM annually “, they explained to CAPITAL in the City Administration of Banja Luka, and mentioned that they do not have data on the monthly amounts according to which FC “Borac” leased the premises to the mentioned tenants.
According to them, TK “Mladost” Banja Luka provided business premises owned by the city to the restaurant “Lanako” at a monthly rent of 1,600 KM and the cafe-bar “Wimbledon” in the amount of 200 KM.
In this case, the rent that the City would receive is 5,687 KM per month, or 68,253 KM per year.
“The mentioned sports associations, as well as the Association of Returnee Citizens in Banja Luka, although they received the use of the city’s business premises, subleased them to third parties without any consent of the City, and thus achieved economic benefits.”, emphasize in the Management.
They pointed out that the lease agreements are controlled and revised, it checks which entities perform economic activity in business premises (sublease is the reason for termination of the contract), controls the area of business premises, harmonizes the rent with any larger area and the like.
“Also, it is planned to advertise vacant business premises for commercial lease,” they said in the Management.
Speaking about the lease under special conditions, the General Directorate of Banja Luka explained that business premises owned by the city can be leased under special conditions to bodies, institutions and organizations founded by the Republic of Srpska or the City, humanitarian organizations, organizations in the field of culture, sports, health and social protection in other cases when there is an interest of the City.
“The total rental price in these conditions is obtained by multiplying the initial rental price without value added tax with the area of business premises, after which the amount obtained is reduced by a discount of 90 percent.”, explained in the Management.
City Banja Luka invoiced a total of 667,962 KM on the basis of commercial lease and 195,261 KM on the basis of leasing business premises in 2020, while in 2019 it invoiced 800,878 KM on the basis of commercial, and 213,063 KM on the basis of lease under special conditions. .
About Lease under special conditions CAPITAL wrote in the text “They turn over millions, and the City” gives “them offices”
CAPITAL: Bojana Ninković
Source: Capital.ba – Informacija je capital by www.capital.ba.
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