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Polish subsidiary of Lithuania's City Service seeks to expand to Poznan

Alfredo Pliadžio nuotr. / Poznan
Šaltinis: BNS

Zespol Zarzadcow Nieruchomosci WAM (ZZN WAM), a Polish company that is controlled by City Service, the leading Baltic property maintenance and administration services group, is bidding for a contract to administer 1.355 million square meters of municipal property in the city of Poznan.

The Polish news agency PAP has reported that the other two bidders are Poznan's municipal utilities company and a consortium led by Wroclaw's private housing administration company.

"If all proposals meet the criteria of the tender, we will invite the bidders to submit their financial offers," it quoted Magdalena Goscinska, a municipal official in Poznan, as saying.

The local government's real estate is now administered by the Poznan municipal utilities company, whose four-year contract expires on October 20, 2013. A new administrator is expected to be selected by that time. It is said that the current administrator has received around 7 million zlotys (EUR 1.7m) for maintaining the municipal property.

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