There is already the first investor in the Kowal Commune Investment Park! An agreement was reached between the investor and land owners only after fifteen months the Local Kowal Council adopted the Local Spatial Development Plan for the areas located at the A1 motorway junction. May 28th - is a historic day for the Kowal commune.

On this day, in the Kowal Office the first notarial deed was signed with the owners of land located in the Kowal Commune Investment Park. On June 18th this year, during the signing of subsequent acts, the investor: “Bartek” Company with headquarters in Warsaw, was officially presented. The company intends to build a warehouse, logistics and production park along with the necessary infrastructure on nearly 60 ha. The investor's plans for the coming months include surveying works and then arranging the necessary arrangements to obtain a building permit. In accordance with the concluded contracts, the investor’s deadline is the end of 2020 to settle all procedures.
- The decision to invest in the Kowal Commune Investment Park was made after many talks with the Head of Kowal Commune Stanisław Adamczyk and Head’s Deputy Aneta Kwarcińska, says the president of the company Paweł Miszczak. The investment involves the construction of three to six independent warehouse, logistics and production zones. The final decision will be made after surveying. The investor points out that it may be required to make necessary changes to the local spatial development plan, allowing for the adjustment of the internal road communication network. Local government officials declare to provide the best possible investor service in order to maximally improve all necessary actions in the Investment Park. 

- For us it is a very important historical event. Our work and commitment has brought good results. Today, we welcome to the Investment Park our first investor, but it is just the beginning of the development of these areas, the development of the commune and the beginning of the huge amount of work necessary to ensure the success of this undertaking. We are conducting intensive talks with other interested investors, we are even considering the possibility of extending the park by additional hectares. With this aim in mind, we proceeded to update the Study of Conditions and Directions of Spatial Development in order to be able to cover subsequent hectares for investment in the local plan in the future. Such activities require both time and appropriate financial resources, but given the potential of our commune, we must think long-term today.