Successful completion of further training
Pascal Kunz successfully completed the CAS Real Estate Economics at zhaw in Zurich.
Thanks to his work experience and continuous training, Mr. Kunz is an expert for all phases of a real estate life cycle. Be it the project development of a property, its construction, its use or even its deconstruction.The entire Niggli and Zala team congratulates Pascal on his top performance and wishes him continuing pleasure in his work.
The Engadine. My home.
After the successful repositioning of our real estate companies, we have redesigned our web presence in cooperation with schmid + wolf kommunikation and apload internet agentur. We have created space for a clear representation of our real estate offer, for our services in the area of real estate economics as well as for our trust offer. We invite you to browse through our pages, look at reference objects or take a look at our detailed service descriptions.
Don't hesitate to contact us, our team is there for you.
New team member
We are pleased that Rosmarie Hosang will strengthen our fiduciary department with her expertise as of 01 June 2019. The entire Niggli & Zala team wishes Mrs Hosang a good start.
New team member
A warm welcome to Sandra Bozanovic
On 01 November 2018 Ms Sandra Bozanovic joined our real estate management department. The Niggli & Zala team is looking forward to the reinforcement and wishes Mrs. Bozanovic a lot of joy in her new job.
Partial revision of the Spatial Planning Act
On 25 October 2018, the Grand Council of the Canton of Grisons adopted the partial revision of the Cantonal Spatial Planning Act. The most important changes and additions can be summarised as follows:
- In the case of zoning (e.g. from agricultural zone to construction zone), a charge of 30% is levied on the added value. 75% of the levies are paid into a cantonal fund and 25% into the municipal coffers.
- Re-zoning and re-zoning (e.g. from commercial zone to residential zone or from residential zone 1 to residential zone 2) are not subject to a levy.
- For new buildings of 4 apartments or more, at least one storey must be obstacle-free. From nine flats upwards, all flats must be accessible without obstacles.