Intea Fastigheter AB (publ) has signed a 15-year lease with the Swedish Police Authority for new premises in Kristianstad in southern Sweden.

The new police station will be built north-east of the city centre, next to Kristianstad travel centre. The new premises will comprise 18,600 sqm of lettable space and the rental value amounts to SEK 43.7 million. The lease is conditional on government approval.

Work on the zoning plan is underway and construction is expected to start once the plan is legally binding. Construction is expected to take just over two years and the preliminary occupancy date is set for mid-2024.

"It’s great to be involved in the creation of new, modern operational spaces for the police in Kristianstad. The police have been in their current premises for a long time, and time has caught up with them in terms of both functionality and space. Security and sustainability have been key considerations in the design process for the new premises, and that’s reflected in the robust construction, which will also be environmentally certified to BREEAM Excellent standard", says Intea’s Head of Project Development Peter Jacobsson.

The Kristianstad police department is part of the Southern Police Area and the new police station will hold around 400 employees.

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Intea was founded in 2015 with a focus on long-term active ownership of social infrastructure. The property portfolio amounted to SEK 9.4 billion as of 31 December 2019. The portfolio consists of projects and properties with public-sector tenants in segments such as justice, higher education and health care. Intea is financed by Swedish institutional capital. Find out more at