OPMEER – A purchase agreement for the Koenisterrein redevelopment of Koninginneweg in Opmeer was signed on Thursday between the Koenis livestock feeder and the real estate investor developer Segesta Groep from Alkmaar.
This purchase agreement forms the basis for a new animal feed plant Koenis intends to build at the Agriport business complex in Middenmeer. After the existing buildings are demolished, space will be made available for a supermarket, about 40 apartments and parking lots needed.
Motivation for Obamir
The real estate developer sees a major boost to Aubimer Center with the arrival of a second supermarket. Rented apartments in the free sector are intended for the elderly. “There is practically no offer in Opmeer for this target group who would like to leave their owner-occupied home in order to live on a smaller ground floor. The new building is also beneficial to the influx of existing residential stock,” says a Segesta Group spokesperson.
As for the design, Segesta works with Breddels Architecten, based in Heerhugowaard. The signature marks the end of the Kunis era and heavy industrial activities in the center of the village. In this way, Koenis has the opportunity to build an energy-efficient modern plant with good logistic handling and capacity that responds to future demand for specially designed feeds.
The Segesta will be submitted soon so that the Opmeer municipality can assess this. Before the first Koninginneweg pile enters the ground, the zoning plan procedure must first be followed and the new animal feed plant must be realized.
Photo: Left Alex Huges on behalf of Segesta Group and Right Ruud Koenis on behalf of Koenis Cattle Feed Plant
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