Other items
in the statement
of financial position

Non-current assets held for sale and discontinued operations

Non-current assets held for sale include assets whose carrying amount is to be recovered as a result of sale and not due to continued use. Such assets only include assets available for immediate sale in the current condition, when such sale is highly probable, i.e. the entity has determined to sell the asset started to seek actively for a buyer and finish the sale process. In addition, such assets are offered for sale at a price which is reasonable with respect to their current fair value and it is expected that the sale will be recognised as completed within one year from the date of classification of the asset into this category.

Non-current assets held for sale are stated at the lower of their carrying amount or fair value less costs to sell. Impairment allowances for non-current assets held for sale are recognised in the income statement for the period, in which these allowances are made. These assets are not depreciated.

Discontinued operations are an element of the Group’s business which has been sold or which is qualified as held for sale, and which also constitutes an important separate area of the operations or its geographical area, or is a subsidiary acquired solely with the intention of resale. Operations may be classified as discontinued only when the operations are sold or when they meet the criteria of operations held for sale, whichever occurs earlier. A group for sale which is to be retired may also qualify as discontinued operations.

In case of non-current assets, for whose qualification criteria for the group of non-current assets held for sale are no longer fulfilled, the Group makes reclassification from fixed assets held for sale to the proper category of assets. Non-current assets withdrawn from assets held for sale are valued at lower of two values:

  1. carrying amount before the moment of qualification to assets held for sale, less depreciation, which would have been included if the asset (or group of assets to be sold) would not have been qualified as held for sale,
  2. recovery amount for the day of decision of sales abandonment.

Inventories

Inventories related mainly to real estate development activities of the Group and valued at the lower of two values: the purchase price/cost of production and net realisable value.

Expenses incurred in bringing the inventories to their present location and condition are treated as follows: finished goods (housing and service premises) and work in progress (housing and service premises in progress and land held for development) – as direct expenses and part of indirect costs of production. In the case of long-term preparatory or production periods, cost or purchase price is increased by finance charges specifically incurred for such purchases.

Net realisable value is the estimated selling price in the ordinary course of business less the estimated costs of completion and the estimated costs necessary to make the sale.

The value of inventories disbursement is determined by specific identification of individual purchase prices or production cost of components, which relate to realisation of specific projects.

Accruals and deferred income

Accruals and deferred income mainly comprise commission income recognised using the straight-line method and other income received in advance, which will be recognised in the income statement in future reporting periods. Accruals and deferred income are shown in the statement of financial position under ‘Other liabilities’.

Prepayments and deferred costs include particular kinds of expenses which will be recognised in the income statement in future reporting periods. Prepayments and deferred costs are shown in the statement of financial position under ‘Other assets’.