As per the subject, my project by nature is a semi-conductor manufacturing plant located in an industrial park with limited amenities located within 800meters of walking distance

However, the project owner has decided to provide amenities such as cafe, convenience store, clinic, and gym within the manufacturing plant building. The above amenities are meant for building occupants and can be open to public but requires the registration of visitors. 

Can the above amenities (cafe, convenience store, clinic, and gym) which are located inside the LEED project boundary be counted as part of the diverse uses?