Amsterdam scraps 800,000 m[sup]2[/sup] of planned office space

The local authority in the Dutch capital has already scrapped 800,000 m[sup]2[/sup] of planned office space, alderman Maarten van Poelgeest revealed during the one-day PropertyNL Forum in Amsterdam last Thursday. Poelgeest, a leading member of green left GroenLinks party, announced shortly after taking charge of the planning department last year that he wanted to cut 30% of the planned office development.

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