(CIANEWS) - YIT plans to launch new projects in 2023, for example, in Prague 5, 11 and 12 with a total volume of more than 300 apartments. Others are in preparation, including the first construction outside of Prague in Kladno, where it plans to build approximately 800 apartments in stages. CEO Marek Lokaj said that in response to interest in energy-saving housing, it is already implementing photovoltaic panels, recuperation and LED lighting in projects. The company is also expanding the use of prefabrication, not only for bathrooms, but also for structural elements. It is also intensively devoted to recycled materials. In 2022, YIT increased its turnover to more than CZK 2bn and sold over 200 apartments. It received final building approval for two residential projects (Parvi Cibulka and Koti Libeň) and at the same time started two new ones (Rivi Bachova and Happi Milánská). The construction of the Vesi Hostivař and Lappi Hloubětín complexes continues.