As Poland’s third largest city, Łódź is a magnet for multi-national investors from around the world.
Halcrow helped Łódź to plan for future growth by creating a master plan to manage water, wastewater and drainage networks across the city.
The 25 year strategy creates a framework for investment which supports the city’s application for Europe Union development money to develop its water management facilities.
Between October 2008-August 2010, Halcrow undertook a far-reaching analysis of Lodz’s existing facilities. The study looked at existing water quality and demand and addressed future demand in the context of Łódź’s growth plans.
Our findings provided the foundations for a four stage strategy document which includes a cost benefit analysis and calculations of the expected cost of implementing the proposed plan.
The master plan provides Łódź with an adaptable, costed framework for water services which will meet the needs of residents and businesses up to 2033.