After Poland’s accession to the European Union, national and regional modernisation changes are observed thanks to investments and enterprises financed by EU funds.
Brześć Kujawski is also experiencing a dynamic growth. The commune has been one of the top local governments in Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship to receive EU funds for the execution of important tasks.
Brześć Kujawski is consequently pursuing its objectives. The commune has an independent vision of development and is highly motivated to conduct various undertakings. A high level of motivation and professionalism necessary for business success is a distinctive part of the initiatives undertaken.
Brześć Kujawski can skilfully combine the needs of the region with specific investors’ needs.
Economic attractiveness is built among others by making appropriate investment areas available. Following this strategy, the commune has an available area of 470 ha which belongs to Krajowa Spółka Cukrowa, APA, private owners and the commune. These areas are perfectly located, well communicated with A1 motorway and main transport routes, fully equipped with technical infrastructure.
According to the applicable provisions of the local spatial development plan, the promoted investment area is aimed at production and service-related activity. The potential of the commune combined with competitive investment conditions encourage both
investors who plan an intense development as well as beginning businesspeople.
A comprehensive development of investment areas is the key to success. The undisputable asset of Brześć Kujawski is areas fully developed with modern technical infrastructure.
Local spatial development plan adopted, which delineates the 470 ha area located between the transport hubs of Włocławek West (in Pikutkowko) and Włocławek
North (in Brzezie).
- spatial development plan
- water supply
- sewage network
- optical fibre network
- energy supply
- gas network
- road infrastructure
- a draft of a bill on exemption from property tax.