Jwojcie is probably right about an apartment block being inappropriate in that area, but, if it was in the "Studium", he should blame the council, not the developers.
I kind of agree with that. That is why I wrote that I support legal
ways of stopping this construction.
Frankly speaking I suspect the origin of this misunderstanding. The guy in the movie said, that "studium" permits buildings with max 4 apartments. I bet "studium" creators had in mind just simple one level flats up to 50-70 square metres. This kind of buildings can be found it that area. What investor wants (judging by the graphics in video) is to build high building (three floors with a big roof, so almost four floors. I bet apartments there would be way beyond 100 square metres. I suppose devil lies in the details here.
Hm.. I digged a little more and some things don't add up here. In the video investor said that "studium" permits 4 apartments per building. The plot they bought suppose to hold two buildings (correct me if I'm wrong). Which means they suppose to build there max 8 apartments. But on their site:
it clearly says they would like to build 16 of them...
Hm.. after a little more digging the bottom line is that putting legal procedures of getting permit aside it looks like entire street is fighting with that investor. The issue with "Studium" is that investor is walking on the edge of it, and for example base on that "Studium" city conservator office denied permit. It also seems that opening post is a part of greater media campaing which aim is to put pressure on city in order to get permit before "Studium" for this part of a city will change and all hopes for bulding block of flats there will vanish...