1500-B06 - Area for industry by the explosives store

1500-B06 (en)

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  • Location – town/settlement

    Uummannaq

  • Purpose

    Areas for industry and ports

  • Specific use

    Industry areas

  • Use

    The area is to be used for activities within office, contractors, industry, warehouses, skilled trade, workshop, production and transport

  • Current conditions

    The area covers an area of some 1 ha

  • Building provisions

    New buildings are to have a maximum height of 12 metres

  • Remaining available space

    The area has 5,000 m² of available space, depending on the final layout of the buildings. Once the abovementioned building potential has been utilised, the area is considered fully developed without any available space in the area.

  • Traffic service and utilities

    Road access to the area is to be from Siaqqissoq

  • Listed, protected and preservation-worthy features

    No special provisions

  • Regulated zones

    The area is covered by the explosives store’s safety zone. This part of the area cannot be developed or in any other way be used contrary to the safety zone provisions. Traffic in the area is to respect the safety zone around the explosives store; However, the public will continue to have access to the part of the area that is not fenced in. The area is located under the obstacle limitation surface at the heliport (overflight area and transition surface). In the overflight area, buildings and other facilities cannot be higher than level 59.8 metres. Under the transition surface, the maximum ridge height is variable and depends on the distance to overflight area

  • Special provisions

    The area may be regulated using quarrystone. When using the western part of the area, the cemetery is to be respected, meaning that it is not littered and that it is not scarred by storage of materials. Heavily polluting companies may set up in the area. The establishment of a heavily polluting company presupposes an environmental permit, pursuant to the Government of Greenland’s Executive Order no. 11 of 20 August 2004 on environmental approval of heavily polluting companies etc.