What is the Ministry for Regional Development?

The Ministry for Regional Development is the central body of state administration and deals with regional policy, housing policy, other defined sections of the administration. The Ministry for Regional Development was established by Act No. 272/1996 Coll. with effect from 1 November 1996. The Ministry administers, for example, funds to secure housing policy, regional state policy, including the coordination of the funding of these activities. It methodically helps cities, municipalities, associations and administrative units.