Vinge has advised Platzer fastigheter in connection with the detailed development plan for Södra Änggården entering into force.

April 08, 2022

On 6 April 2022, the detailed development plan for Södra Änggården entered into force. The Swedish Supreme Land and Environmental Court has refused permission to appeal in respect of the detailed development plan for the transformation of Högsbo industrial area to the mixed use urban area Södra Änggården. The judgment may not be appealed.

The detailed development plan enables the building of, inter alia, approximately 1,900 residences as well as business premises, schools and parks. Platzer is the biggest property owner in the area today. The total income for Platzer is estimated to be approximately SEK 1.8 billion.

Amongst other issues, Vinge’s role in the matter has been to appear for Platzer in the Swedish Supreme Land and Environmental Court.

Vinge’s team primarily consisted of Robert Deli and Hampus Wahlberg.

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Vinge authors the Swedish contribution regarding tax disputes for The Legal 500

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