"Concrete for them, green for us" - remember? This deaf duma was printed in the campaign! Did you take it, dear left-wing voters?
And this is not a "snatched case" either - The left continues where it left off. Everything is sold, the money is scattered, towards them.
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He sells the school garden to the left, which previously campaigned for greening
The locals don't even understand what justifies the sale of the only larger green area used by the István Bocskai Primary School in Újbuda, they complain that this leaves only a small artificial grass field and a concrete yard for the four hundred students - so they think the campaign slogan of Deputy Mayor Anna Orosz Momentum: "Concrete to them, green to us." Several people also spoke to our paper about an exciting investor background, while also rumors that some LMP and MSZP representatives are not necessarily fans of DK-Momentum's push in this direction.
The municipality of Újbuda started beating its real estate in an astonishing volume. On the tender sub-page of the left-wing district, where typically dilapidated cellars, small gardens on the outskirts of the city and occasionally rental flats could be applied for, rather than tenancies, there were now a large number of valuable properties, twenty in number.
Those in which the tender deposit amount - which is usually ten to twenty percent of the estimated value - also kick in to many tens, sometimes hundreds of millions of forints, so they have a total value of billions without exaggeration, serves the involvement of the wider public.
Such real estate, for example
a villa building providing day care for previously disabled minors and then tendered for cultural purposes on the side of Gellért Hill on Ménesi út,
a large green area with ancient trees in Ulászló Street, where the surrounding residents have long wanted to establish a small park,
or just the garden of a school (!): the primary surface of the primary school on Bocskai út is essentially the green surface of a single big one.
Listening to the affected residents and the surrounding area, the picture was roughly the same in all three cases: the socialist self-government of Gyula Molnár before 2010 tried to get rid of as many similar properties as possible with “hundreds of tricks”; under Fidesz, apart from a few wandering plans, these sell-out projects were halted, and after the 2019 “reconquista” on the left, the sale of the affected areas resumed with steam as much as possible, under grass, without the involvement of locals, and even in spite of protests. All this so that the left-wing opposition, led by Imre László from the SE, won the election in the 11th district with the promise of greening, and a serious apartment building is planned for the completely unsuitable affected areas, so that the mayor's personal slogan was “Újbuda full ”(exciting park renovation projects are not the focus of this article).
By the way, Imre László himself decided to alienate a significant part of the properties, using the extended decision-making power of the mayors in view of the emergency situation.
In our series of articles, we list these iconic properties, starting with the schoolyard, which is the otherwise meaningless “Bocskai út 47-49. - Property located at Badacsonyi utca 30. ”on the tender announcement interface.
School yard building site
It is possible to submit an application for the purchase of the “property registered under topographical number 4487/2, with a total area of 810 m2 marked“ removed undeveloped area ”” until 13:00 on Monday 3 May - true, only blindly: the application documentation for 30 thousand forints it could only be requested until April 27th. What it took to make a detailed call for tenders payable for a sale enriches a range of poetic questions for the time being. What is not clear from the tender is that the property in question is the green garden of the István Bocskai Primary School in Újbuda, which plays a key role in the lives of the school's four hundred students.
“This is where the year openers tend to be, they cook here after graduation, I don’t know why it’s good to take this little green from them. So there is nothing left but the artificial grass field and the miserable concrete yard, look! ” - shows a small green oasis with grass and woods by a local woman, also involved as a parent. The situation is characterized by the fact that those who are competent on the part of the school have indicated informally that they do not want to make a statement, and those who speak also do so anonymously: they do not want to hang up with the DK mayor and his team.
There are also two houses next to the plot, at 24 and 28 Badacsonyi út. The former (along with the narrow plot of 26) belongs to the investor, who, according to locals, has a chance to start the idea of selling the school garden plot under 30. Incidentally, this plot was meandered out of the school’s former tennis court, as one of our sources puts it “in a kind of sunda-bunda way”.
Exciting real estate matters
The owner is none other than János György Janikovszky, who is also the owner of Móra Kiadó (and the owner of Recontra Invest Ingatlanhashasító Kft. He, also according to our local informants, was interested in the house at number 28, but the fact of the purchase offer was not confirmed to our newspaper by the residents. The house at number 28 was built immediately after World War II, and is inhabited by a family with big roots in Újbuda, who acquired the land on which they were built with a bombed-out house before the great nationalization before the 1950s. The plots around it, such as the 26th under the 30th and Bocskai út 47-49, were nationalized, and the school was built on the latter, and the former, being also a municipal property, could be used by the school without any problems.
The house of the Újbuda family at number 28 used to run around the school plot in a U-shape, Janikovszky carved out number 26 from it, and allegedly wanted the school garden under the leadership of Fidesz - Gyula Molnár, MSZP-SZDSZ also to be acquired before 2010, according to local information, by leasing the land, building the headquarters of Móra Publishing House, and then, since no one needs it in this form, it now buys out the land at a fraction of the price. In order to approve the project, the school was allegedly promised a library room in the building, as well as a memorial room for Éva Janikovszky (as a local gentleman remarked bitterly: the genius storyteller had nothing to do with the district anyway). However, the project was hampered by local protests (one of our sources also showed quite a few signature sheets from this period) and that
Tamás Hoffmann, the candidate for mayor of Fidesz, thoroughly beat Gyula Molnár, the left marched into opposition, and, as our sources put it, there was silence for a while.
Then, in 2019, as in many districts, there was a change of empire, the 17 seats of the 25-member representative body were acquired by the representatives of the opposition coalition, along with seven Fidesz and one Mi Hazánkos representative. According to our information, Máté Kreitler-Sas from LMP did not support the beating of the properties, ie the announcement of the tender.
The piquancy of the situation is that the left has campaigned for the greening program:
for example, Anna Orosz, the deputy mayor of Újbuda responsible for public education and urban development, who is also the vice-president of Momentum - and will probably be nominated in the parliamentary elections, protesting against to communicate, pushing a bicycle, saying political advertising spots, speaking frequently on similar topics.
Mayor Imre László also voices: Újbuda is full. Incidentally, the local government has launched a separate sub-page on the topic of climate protection, where it writes in its mayor's greeting, "we will continue the energy modernization of district institutions and the renovation of parks and green spaces".
The management of the local government in a broader sense is not the primary topic of these articles, in any case it is worth noting that DK Mayor Imre László selected four deputy mayors from the newly formed body, this means a gross monthly apanage of HUF 1.1 million with reimbursement) - in the possession of an absolute majority, this did not pose a challenge to the board. It is also ironic that the joint debut of Imre László and Anna Orosz took place in connection with a school competition on a green topic, under the patronage of former Mayor Gyula Molnár.
"They shout loudly that Újbuda is full, then they announce tenders for real estate development because selling real estate cannot be interpreted other than as real estate development," says László Csernus, a representative of Fidesz-KDNP in Újbuda, who also expresses sharp criticism about the new management. . "This is the absolute standard practice of Imre Molnár Gyula-Lakos tandem, they were interested in things like this, see: Kopaszi Dam and Madár Hill, which could have been sold in a large factory, so the district was left with nothing we tried to keep developing" - says.
In connection with the sale of real estate in Újbuda, the representative of Mi Hazánk, Előd Novák, also protested, and the representative of Újbuda, István Simicskó from Fidesz, expressed his displeasure in an interview in addition to regular video posts.
One thing is for sure: the locals are not enthusiastic about selling the school garden, which they all bought in socks, and that was the way to sell it out: to do it all, they believe. In the meantime, a new online petition has also been launched against the sale, which has already been signed by one and a half hundred