Additional parking spaces in CMP’s area

Finnlines’ move to Norra hamnen (North Harbour), from Nyhamnen next to the Nyhamnsbassängen basin in Malmö will free up large areas of space. A part of this space will now be leased for use as a car park.

“We want to retain most of the area, 100,000 square metres, for new cars,” Göran Sjöström, Commercial Manager at CMP, says, “but the area closest to the centre, behind the Scandiahuset building, will bet let out.”

Demand for parking space in the area is high. P-Malmö will lease the area from CMP and will also assume responsibility for maintenance.

“P-Malmö will lose a lot of parking space when their current spaces on Skeppsbron and next to the university college are developed, with some areas being turned into promenades.”

The “Kungastenen” runestone stands in the area. “P-Malmö wants to do something nice with the area around the stone,” Göran Sjöström says.
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