She is the top director of the Planning and Construction Agency. Now Siri Kelland wants to put an end to individuals controlling what is legal Public spaces. Public spaces. Public space is legally a physical area that is accessible to everyone. A completely public space is a space that excludes no one, and is open to anyone who wants it.
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- Ceri Kelland, director of the Planning and Building Agency, will work to reduce the control of private owners over public spaces.
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Is it allowed to demonstrate in public squares and squares in Oslo? As Aftenposten wrote over the weekend, the answer to this question is largely unclear in several places. Private owners have introduced their own rules that limit the opportunity to express themselves on their properties.
Many have reacted to this practice. City Councilor Erik Leigh Solberg (right) will engage in dialogue with landowners “to ensure that democracy can be exercised in plazas, shopping malls and other privately owned public meeting spaces.”
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