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The 491 hectare (over 1200 acre) master plan for the Bloemendalerpolder is a mix of new housing and landscape development. The master plan calls for 2750 new homes to be developed.  A small, dense commercial area around the new canals will be the heart of the project.  Linear development along the waterway is connected to the landscape by low density areas that form the transition between the town and the surrounding forests, waterways and green fields.

project for

Strootman Landschapsarchitecten

in collaboration with​

Atelier Dutch


RVOB, Provincie Noord-Holland, Gemeente Weesp, Gemeente Muiden, Hoogheemraadschap Amstel, Gooi en Vecht, WeespMui BV, Gebiedsontwikkeling Wesopa CV


Master Plan


2750 new dwellings, nature and recreation area development


Weesp, Netherlands

Project info


Project for Must |

Client Provincie Utrecht, BRU, Gemeente Zeist, Gemeente Utrechtse Heuvelrug

Year 2007-2008

Type Development Strategy, Transportation and Transit Oriented Design, Urban Design Plan

Program Mayor railway station, bus terminal, bicycle storage, mixed use, public space

Location Driebergen-Zeist, Netherlands

Station Stichtse Lustwarande

Station Stichtse Lustwarande is an urban design proposal for the redevelopment of a major railway station. The station is situated between two small towns and lacks density and exposure. Expansion of the railway station and construction of a new bus terminal encourage the use of public transportation in the area. While a mixed-use development plan encourages density around the station, and the use of bicycles.

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