OPMEER – On Thursday the purchase contract for the redevelopment of the Koenisterrein on the Koninginneweg in Opmeer between the Koenis feed plant and the developing real estate investor Segesta Groep in Alkmaar was signed.
This purchase contract forms the basis of a new animal feed factory that the Koenis company intends to build on the Agriport business park in Middenmeer. After the demolition of the current buildings, space will become available for a supermarket, around 40 apartments and the necessary parking spaces.
Impulse for Opmeer
The real estate developer sees a significant boost for the Opmeer center with the arrival of a second supermarket. Rental apartments in the free sector are intended for seniors. “There are hardly any offers at Opmeer for this target group who want to move from their owner-occupied accommodation to a smaller ground floor. The new building is also good for the fluidity of the existing building stock, ”said a spokesperson for the Segesta group.
For the design, Segesta hired Breddels Architecten based in Heerhugowaard. The signing marks the end of the Koenis era and heavy industrial activities in the center of the village. In this way, the Koenis company has the opportunity to build a modern, energy-efficient factory with good logistical handling and a capacity that meets the future demand for personalized foods.
Segesta’s plan will be submitted shortly for the Municipality of Opmeer to assess. Before the first stake of the Koninginneweg enters the ground, a zoning plan procedure must first be followed and the new feed plant must be carried out.
Photo: on the left Alex Huges on behalf of the Segesta Group and on the right Ruud Koenis on behalf of the Koenis feed mill
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