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Tomasz Cudowski 05 July 2018

Tomasz Cudowski


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Tomek graduated from the faculty of modern languages at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, where he also started his journalist career in the late 1980s. He has worked in the real estate press since 2005, covering the residential market for ‘Eurobuild CEE’ magazine as well as the new technologies and property management sectors. Sometimes he can be heard on Polish Radio 2, where he reviews the press on the morning programme. At other times he can be seen in the Bieszczady or Beskid Niski mountains, where he enjoys rambling with no fixed purpose or destination in mind.

POLAND The Maritime Office in Gdynia is to be awarded more than PLN 132 mln of EU funding for the next stage of modernization of the entry to the internal port in Gdańsk whereas nearly PLN 117 mln will go to the Port of Gdynia Authority for the construction of a ferry terminal for handling large ferries.
Funds for both projects come from the Infrastructure and Environment Programme, co-financing agreements have been signed by the Centre for EU Transport Projects (a governmental institution that evaluates applications and grants co-financing) with the Maritime Office in Gdynia and the Port of Gdynia Authority. The formal name of the Maritime Office's undertaking in Gdynia is ‘Modernization of the entrance to the internal port (in Gdańsk). Stage IIIA’. The project will cost PLN 156 mln, more than PLN 132 mln of which will be covered by EU funds. The Maritime Office will carry out the work that will facilitate navigation on Martwa Wisła and increase safety. The project is planned to be completed in 2020. Meanwhile the project of the Port of Gdynia Authority will cost almost PLN 222 mln, the EU will finance over half of the costs – nearly PLN 117 mln. With the European co-financing, a new public ferry terminal will be created along with all infrastructure needed to operate such a terminal. The terminal will be able to service ferries over 180 metres long, which is currently impossible. The construction work should end in 2021. Preparatory work has already begun. The Infrastructure and Environment Programme 2014-2020 is the largest infrastructure programme co-financed from the European Union funds. This is more than PLN 118 bln for the most important projects in the sectors of: transport, environment, energy, culture and health. 119 projects with a total value of nearly PLN 9.5 bln were co-financed by the programme in the Pomeranian Province. The EU funding granted was about PLN 5.5 bln.

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