Timeline of the II stage of the revitalisation of the former “Katowice” mine site


8.2012    
Announcement of the bidding procedure for the development of a spatial planning concept for the northern part of the Museum Quarter


12.2012   
Completion of works on the spatial development concept for the northern part of the Museum Quarter


3.2013   
Commencement of works on the acquisition of funds for the implementation of the II stage of the revitalisation of the former “Katowice” mine site


4.2013  
Obtaining a permit for the construction of an above-ground parking area


5.2013 
Presentation of the spatial planning concept for the the northern part of the former “Katowice” mine site at the meeting of the Voivodeship Committee of Urban Planning and Architecture, and a positive assessment of design works and recommendations for the adaptation of the woodworking shop and main bathhouse buildings and construction of the parking area


9.2013  
Obtaining a permit to revitalize and adapt the former woodworking shop building to be used by the Silesian Museum for museum-related and didactic purposes


9.2013  
Obtaining a permit to adapt the main bathhouse to be used for museum-related purposes


9.2013
Entry into a partnership-based cooperation with the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU), an independent, non-profit institution for the conservation and sustainable management of cultural heritage, for the purpose of implementing the project.


9.2013   
Preparation and submission of an application for a subsidy for the revitalization of the historical buildings of the main bathhouse and woodworking shop, along with the premises adjacent to the former “Katowice” mine, under the “Conservation and Revitalization of Cultural and Natural Heritage” programme being carried out within the framework of the EEA Financial Mechanism and the Norwegian Financial Mechanism for the years 2009–2014

12.2013   
Completion of the formal evaluation of projects submitted to the “Conservation and Revitalization of Cultural and Natural Heritage” programme with a positive result

1.2014   
Submission of an appeal as to the results of a substantive evaluation of the application for a subsidy for a project submitted to the “Conservation and Revitalization of Cultural and Natural Heritage” programme

 

6.2014   
Completion of the appeal procedure and obtaining of a decision on granting a subsidy under the EEA Financial Mechanism and the Norwegian Financial Mechanism for the years 2009–2014 for the project titled “Revitalization of the historical buildings of the Main Bathhouse and Woodworking Shop along with the premises adjacent to the former “Katowice” mine and construction of the infrastructure necessary for the purposes of the Silesian Museum in Katowice”.
 
7.2014  
Execution of the partnership agreement with the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research
 
9.2014   
Execution of an agreement on co-financing the project implementation between the Silesian Museum and the Programme operator – the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
 
1.2015
Conclusion of the bidding procedure and execution of the agreement for the investor’s supervision over revitalization works
 
4.2015
Conclusion of the bidding procedure and execution of the agreement with the General Contractor – Tamex Obiekty Sportowe S.A. in Warsaw – for the revitalization of historical buildings of the Main Bathhouse and Woodworking Shop along with the premises adjacent to the former “Katowice” mine and construction of the infrastructure necessary for the purposes of the Silesian Museum in Katowice

 

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