Lokaler i bottenvåningar i flerbostadshus; detaljplaneregleringar och dess konsekvenser. En studie av Liljeholmskajen i Stockholm m.fl.
Sammanfattning: The purpose of this study is mainly to do a follow-up investigation considering the establishment of non-housing premises on the ground floor in dwelling houses at Liljeholmskajen in Stockholm. In detailed development plans, the usage of the ground can be regulated with usage provisions and sometimes a developer must build something particular that the city’s planners decide, without other options. One example is that non-housing premises has to be established on the ground floor, which was experienced on Liljeholmskajen. In the fast-changing society a discussion considering flexibility in usage provisions is highly interesting. If a tenant-owner association consisting of private people has non-housing premises to handle, the absence in flexibility in usage provisions might be problematic. Having the possibility of several usage provisions in the detailed development plan right from the start as well as from the beginning construct the non-housing premises flexibly, could be the most effective solution in the long term. Other solutions for handling the non-housing premises is to have only one professional company owning and administrating the non-housing premises. No private owner will then suffer if it for some reason becomes more difficult renting out. However, collaboration problems between the tenant-owner association and the company could appear when the necessary resources in the building are shared. The number of reference projects in Sweden are few and therefore, the result of the solution has to be evaluated later on.
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