Maxbo on Sinsen in Oslo are not approved reguleringsplanen since they are not sufficiently accessible for cyclists.
– There is no one that comes on the bike to Maxbo to retrieve a badekabinett or a pallet with Material blocks, " says managing director Jens Jalland in Løvenskiold Property to Estate News.
– If we should enable the 88 parking spaces for the bike, the number of parking places for cars is reduced from 70 to 26. It goes without saying that you can't drive a byggevarehus in such a way, continues Jalland.
the Background that the city council must take a position to reguleringsforslaget for the property of the Sinsen junction in Oslo, is that the Løvenskiold Property in 2002, with the Oslo municipality's proposal to move the Maxbo-store to get place to the Sinsen Metro station.
Erstatningstomten they received from the municipality of Oslo, and listed a new Maxbo byggevarehus on the next, however, was unregulated. the
When the company now wants to get confirmed existing use through a development plan, says the Plan - and bygningsetaten (PBE) no. The background for the rejection is, among other things, that "the business is still strong bilbasert"
Business location in the near vicinity of the Subway and the bus, makes that there is no need to prepare for the car journey to the extent that reguleringsforslaget arranges, writes the agency.
But the agreement between Oslo municipality and Løvenskiold Property is fixed, so that Maxbo on the Sinsen can continue the operation as in the day. The company wants a development plan in order to ensure in case of fire. If the building burns down, the company must apply for a new rammetillatelse and then it is important to have a development plan, according to Estate News.