Czech project Apartment replanning (simplified renovation)

One room apartment

Two-room apartment

Three-room apartment


Czech project has 12-storey buildings with loggias. They are built of bricks but for the partition walls and coverings reinforced concrete panels were used. The kitchens are quite spacious (8 - 12m²). Usually the rooms are isolated. It is considered to be quite prestigious and expensive type. The buildings are arranged in small groups or as individual buildings. They can be found in several neighbourhoods of Riga but the vast majority are located in Ķengarags, Iļģuciems, Jugla and Imanta. Czech project buildings can be confused with family project 13-storey buildings because they have similar shape, design and height.


Overall characteristics:  bricks + panels
Loggia: yes
Balcony: no
Floors: 12
Floor height: 2.50m
Lift: yes
Waste pipe: yes


1. E-mail the required documents and a description of the desired change;
2. In one day we form simplified renovation project – certification card (standard apartment in Riga 129 EUR, in Latvia 149 Eur, other type of apartments 179 EUR);
3. In 10 days approve the project with the Construction Board (36 EUR) and replanning activities can be started;
4. After replanning, order an updated inventory file in the State Land Board (1.4 EUR/m2).


Required documents:

1. Title-deed (land register, cadastral reference, lease agreement);
2. Inventory file with a floor plan.


The project contains:

1. Certification card;
2. Explanatory memorandum;
3. Floor plan with explication of the technical indicators;
4. Main designers’ attestation.


Possible additional requirements:

1. If it is not possible to determine whether the affected walls are non-load bearing, structural engineers survey and conclusion (100 EUR);
2. If WC is transferred over the dwelling premises, agreement with the owner of the apartment below;
3. If a new engineering network for water pipeline and sewerage is created, engineering network scheme (100 EUR);
4. If the building is located in historic monument area or in protection zone, agreement with The State Inspection for Heritage Protection;
5. If the building is a state historical monument, the inventories act of premises cultural heritage (100 EUR).