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Alternativ civil användning av militära bergrum

Almqvist, Ulrika LU (2010) In TVBP VBE820 20101
Construction Management
Civil Engineering (M.Sc.Eng.)
Abstract (Swedish)
Propertydevelopment means that the land use change or intensify. A property is
unique in its physical and its geographical location, because of this, the process in
propertydevelopment must be adapted to the objects conditions. For the process to be
initiated, requires the developer a certain demand and/or a profit potential. The work
can be divided into these following steps, they do not have to be in the following
order and some steps may be performed in parallel: initialization, evaluation,
acquisition, design, permits and laws, conduct, management or sales. One of the main
steps, which form the basis for a number of crucial decisions, is evaluation. This step
may include a market analysis and a financial analysis.
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Propertydevelopment means that the land use change or intensify. A property is
unique in its physical and its geographical location, because of this, the process in
propertydevelopment must be adapted to the objects conditions. For the process to be
initiated, requires the developer a certain demand and/or a profit potential. The work
can be divided into these following steps, they do not have to be in the following
order and some steps may be performed in parallel: initialization, evaluation,
acquisition, design, permits and laws, conduct, management or sales. One of the main
steps, which form the basis for a number of crucial decisions, is evaluation. This step
may include a market analysis and a financial analysis.
In the process of property development there are many decisions and events that have
to be coordinated and there are several stakeholders and actors involved. The
stakeholders who usually are present in the process are: property owners and
developers, real estate developers, municipalities and government agencies,
contractors, consultants, financiers, neighbors, associations, local residents and right
owners.
The purpose of this study is to see how one cavern, which previously has been used
for military purposes, can be changed for civil use. The study also includes what
measures need to be taken and who the objects stakeholders are. Changes in
Sweden’s security policy are one of the reasons why military properties are being
sold. Before a sale of a property it is necessary to clarify the object's condition and
standard, after that can future alternatives be proposed. Swedish Fortifications
Agency mission, after a dismissal from Swedish Armed Forces, is to dismantle and
sell, the alternative is to lease, the land in question. The object that is being examined
in this study is located in Sundbyberg, Sweden.
The study is qualitative, which means that focus is on to describe, interpret and
provide insight. The report is based on information from literature and a case study
based partly on interviews with six people. What the cavern will be used for in the future, depends on the local plan and if there
are any suitable buyers or tenants on the market. If the Swedish Fortifications Agency
decides to lease the cavern instead of selling it, there must be a purpose to promote a
robust society. In the Analyze chapter, there are a number of scenarios that describe
how the cavern can be used in the future, some options are more realistic than others
and some requires a major reconstruction and others less. (Less)
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Almqvist, Ulrika LU
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VBE820 20101
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H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
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TVBP
report number
TVBP-5406
language
Swedish
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3290075
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  abstract     = {Propertydevelopment means that the land use change or intensify. A property is 
unique in its physical and its geographical location, because of this, the process in 
propertydevelopment must be adapted to the objects conditions. For the process to be
initiated, requires the developer a certain demand and/or a profit potential. The work 
can be divided into these following steps, they do not have to be in the following 
order and some steps may be performed in parallel: initialization, evaluation, 
acquisition, design, permits and laws, conduct, management or sales. One of the main 
steps, which form the basis for a number of crucial decisions, is evaluation. This step 
may include a market analysis and a financial analysis.
In the process of property development there are many decisions and events that have 
to be coordinated and there are several stakeholders and actors involved. The 
stakeholders who usually are present in the process are: property owners and 
developers, real estate developers, municipalities and government agencies, 
contractors, consultants, financiers, neighbors, associations, local residents and right 
owners.
The purpose of this study is to see how one cavern, which previously has been used 
for military purposes, can be changed for civil use. The study also includes what 
measures need to be taken and who the objects stakeholders are. Changes in 
Sweden’s security policy are one of the reasons why military properties are being 
sold. Before a sale of a property it is necessary to clarify the object's condition and
standard, after that can future alternatives be proposed. Swedish Fortifications 
Agency mission, after a dismissal from Swedish Armed Forces, is to dismantle and 
sell, the alternative is to lease, the land in question. The object that is being examined 
in this study is located in Sundbyberg, Sweden. 
The study is qualitative, which means that focus is on to describe, interpret and 
provide insight. The report is based on information from literature and a case study 
based partly on interviews with six people. What the cavern will be used for in the future, depends on the local plan and if there 
are any suitable buyers or tenants on the market. If the Swedish Fortifications Agency 
decides to lease the cavern instead of selling it, there must be a purpose to promote a 
robust society. In the Analyze chapter, there are a number of scenarios that describe 
how the cavern can be used in the future, some options are more realistic than others 
and some requires a major reconstruction and others less.},
  author       = {Almqvist, Ulrika},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {TVBP},
  title        = {Alternativ civil användning av militära bergrum},
  year         = {2010},
}