Spark - under auspices of Professor Riek Bakker, a leading authority in urban planning - recently contributed to a future-proof plan for revitalizing the centre of the Dutch city of Roosendaal.
The existing Jaarbeursplein car park, adjacent to the busiest train station in the Netherlands, was to be replaced by a new car park offering modern parking facilities to 800 cars.
Almelo city wished to build a temporary multi-storey car park for Park & Ride travellers. The city council was looking to assess the financial viability of this plan.
Bouwfonds REIM was considering the purchase of a public car park and was looking to ascertain the financial viability of doing so.