Excelsa nekretnine illegally uses the cable car on Srđ?

first_imgInspection was requested due to the fact that even after a series of repeated requests, the City of Dubrovnik was not provided with signed contracts, the Company does not pay the concession fee or fulfill its obligations in accordance with the positive regulations of the Republic of Croatia and the City Council of Dubrovnik. With an accompanying letter, Mayor Franković addressed the Dubrovnik County State’s Attorney’s Office on October 12, informing them that Excelsa nekretnine dd performs economic activity using a general or other good that requires a concession without a concession agreement and without paying a concession fee to the City of Dubrovnik. “By doing so, the Company, in addition to illegally obtaining property benefits, causes damage to the Budget of the City of Dubrovnik,” the mayor wrote to the State Attorney’s Office.Photo: Dubrovnik Cable CarAs a reminder, on October 3, 2017, the City of Dubrovnik officially addressed Excelsa nekretnine asking the Company to submit three signed and solemnized copies of the Concession Agreement to the City of Dubrovnik, as the Concession Grantor, within three days of receiving the letter. The same letter to the Company states that, if copies of the signed Agreement are not submitted within the aforementioned deadline, the City of Dubrovnik will notify all competent bodies and institutions of the violation of the provisions of the Concessions Act.This letter, among other things, drew the Company’s attention to Article 12 of the Law on Concessions, which states: “It is prohibited to perform any activity for which a concession is required, but it is performed without a given concession… It is prohibited to perform any activity that serves or is directly or indirectly aimed at illegal exploitation of the concession, including / or acquisition of material benefits. ”They point out from the city of Dubrovnik. On Thursday, October 12, the Mayor of the City of Dubrovnik, Mato Franković, requested the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Croatia to conduct an inspection of the operations of Excelsa nekretnine dd in the field of cable car transport.The request for inspection states that the City Council of the City of Dubrovnik, at its 27th session, held on 12 January 2017, passed a Decision on granting a concession for the economic use of public or other property, of which the Concession Agreement is an integral part. based on an earlier application filed by Excelsa Real Estate. The concession agreement for signing and solemnization was sent to the Company on February 7, 2017 by the Commissioner of the Government of the Republic of Croatia for the City of Dubrovnik, it is also stated in the Request.last_img read more

Toure motivated by perfect start

first_img Brendan Rodgers’ side are the only Premier League team with a 100 per cent record and while it is still very early days, the Ivory Coast international thinks the signs are encouraging. “[Looking at the table] motivates us to do more,” said the summer free signing from Manchester City. Liverpool defender Kolo Toure is not surprised by the Reds’ start to the season and believes being top of the table only provides more motivation. “If you want to be successful, you need to work as a team. That is really important because we are a group of players and we have the same target – to win trophies and do as well as we can. “When you don’t play, you need to support the team and your team-mates need to feel that you are behind them fully.” Toure’s joy at the victory over United was evident as he made his way down from the directors’ box to celebrate with players on the pitch. And while his influence at the back has been praised since his arrival to fill the boots of the recently-retired Jamie Carragher, the 32-year-old admitted he gained a lot of confidence from the win over their arch-rivals. “United was a big game but at the end of the day we won the game and that calmed me down because I saw the team played very well, dominated and controlled the game very well,” he added. “When you can’t play but still see your team win, that helps you to become calmer.” Away from the pitch, principal owner John Henry has offered reassurances finances are in place for the club to push on with their stadium redevelopment once the planning authorities give the go-ahead. Henry’s Fenway Sports Group has been looking for some time to increase Anfield’s capacity – reportedly at a cost of around £154million – and the American says Liverpool City Council has made “good progress” in purchasing the few remaining privately-owned properties around the stadium in order to enable the Main Stand to be expanded. Planning permission will only be sought once all deals are finalised, and Henry believes that – rather than the financing – remains the biggest hurdle. Quoted in the Liverpool Echo, he said: The previous regime (Tom Hicks and George Gillett Jr) were talking about going out and borrowing an enormous amount of money to build an enormous new facility. That’s not what we’re doing. “One of their problems was that they weren’t able to get financing. When this (project) happens, financing won’t be the problem. “We just need certainty with regard to these properties and the number of properties that are in question keeps getting reduced.” “I’m not surprised because of the effort we put in during pre-season and the commitment of the players every day in training. “We’ve been working so hard and everybody is really focused – the young players and the experienced players. “The manager is doing a great job, all the staff are working really hard. We need to carry on doing that and the results will come.” Toure missed the victory over Manchester United last time out because of injury and watched from the sidelines as his replacement Martin Skrtel put in an impressive performance in his first game of the season. But while competition for places at centre-back have increased following the signings of Mamadou Sakho and Tiago Ilori, Toure insisted that did not affect morale within the dressing room. “Skrtel had a fantastic game and we worked as a team really well. That is great for the team spirit of the group,” he told liverpoolfc.com. “It’s key. With team spirit, you can win anything. Individuals are very important but team spirit is the key – it is the most important thing. “Individuals can win you one game, but to win trophies or be champions it is a group of players. Press Associationlast_img read more