About Us

The Prague Institute of Planning and Development (IPR Prague) is a contributory organisation established by the City of Prague. IPR Prague is the city’s main strategic and conceptual workplace in the area of architecture, urbanism, development and city building, and it cooperates on significant decisions in these areas. The Institute elaborates and coordinates documents in the areas of strategic and land use planning and development, public space, transport, technical, landscape and economic infrastructure.

The Institute represents the City of Prague as a participant in proceedings on matters of development planning. The Institute’s activities also include collecting, updating and utilising data and information within the scope of applied research and expert cooperation with universities, scientific research institutions and non-profit organisations both at the national and international level. IPR Prague also plays an important role in introducing the open data practice in the public sector. Prague City Council empowers IPR to represent Prague in international projects, which currently also includes the Triangulum H2020 project that aims at establishing the Smart Cities agenda in Prague.

UNaLab Team Members

Meet the UNaLab Team Members from IPR Prague

Monika Uhlenbruch

Monika Uhlenbruch
Work Package 6 - Planning for Effective Up-Scaling and Replication

Latest Updates

Buddy Meeting Between Eindhoven and Prague

The so-called “Buddy System” has been developed within the UNaLab project as a set of tools and activities to transfer knowledge and results about nature-based solutions from the front-runner cities to the follower cities. As part of the buddy activities organised between the cities, front-runner city Eindhoven and follower city Prague organised a buddy meeting in Prague in May.

Prague Hosts Week of UNaLab Workshops for a Resilient Prague in 2050

Last August, Prague hosted a week of inspiring workshops as part of the European funded Urban Nature Labs project (UNaLab). Prague is a “Follower City” under this multi-year project, which aims to employ nature-based solutions to enhance the city’s climate resilience by using a “co-creation process”.

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