The client needed to increase the building area of the shopping centre, improve its accessibility and parking capacity. To this end, Vectio decided to consider the following
- To extend its alignments up to the limits established by the development plans of the plot classified as Urban Tertiary, increasing the building area from 7,500 m2 to 15,149 m2 and the buildability from 7,500 m2 to 27,500 m2.
- Construction of two basement floors below the current level of the plot for parking, in accordance with the provisions of the Building Ordinance of the current planning, with a minimum of one space for every 100 m2 built for Tertiary Use, improving the mobility and accessibility of the commercial space. Construction must be carried out in a phased manner so as not to interrupt the use of existing retail commercial space.
Given that the implementation of a new activity will generate, to a greater or lesser extent, an impact on the operating conditions of the existing infrastructure, the mobility plan analysed the current state of the environment under study so that, once the generation derived from the implementation of the commercial extension has been estimated, the impact on road traffic circulation conditions can be assessed and a series of actions developed to minimise the impact generated, if necessary.