Urban development plan Groenewoud


The development of the Groenewoud district has become possible because the KWS asphalt plant is disappearing from the area. Together with the as yet undeveloped land along the Amsterdam-Rhine Canal, this forms a district of 24 hectares for 1200-1500 housing units. The environment is characterized by several paradoxes: a green and quiet area, but directly accessible from one of the busiest highways in our country. A compact infill, bordered by large-scale infrastructure. A framed area that is nevertheless well connected to, and forms a link between, the Utrecht city center and the Leidsche Rijn expansion. A residential area, with an industrial area and the Papendorp office district as neighbors.

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Building a beginning - Jamie Lidell