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Southern Mahlerplein now ‘a hundred times better’

It took a while, but the new landscaping of the southern section of Mahlerplein is almost complete. Inappropriately parked scooters and bikes have made way for natural stone and trees. Residents are delighted with the makeover.
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Eleven plane trees return home to Valley

Since September 2020, 11 plane trees, 12 metres in height, have been lodging temporarily at Van der Valk. Now, their stay there is over and on 10 April 2021, they relocated back to their home base at Valley in Beethovenstraat.
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Eemlandstraat in Kop Zuidas to have pocket park

The area between the RIV and Zuidoever buildings in Eemlandstraat is soon to have its own pocket park, complete with play area. Work starts on 29 March 2021 and by mid-May, children will be able to play there, while adults make use of the new seating.
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Thirteen trees to be removed from A10 embankment near Beatrixpark

In the week of 1 March 2021, we will fell 13 trees along the A10 motorway near Beatrixpark. The trees were going to be felled anyway due to the Zuidasdok project. They are being removed now because we will be creating a site access road for the residential buildings planned nearby.
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Design for Europaplein-Oost now definitive

After two years of designing and talking to local residents, we now have a definitive design for Europaplein-Oost, located opposite RAI. We have made a few changes to the provisional design that we presented in December 2020.
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New projects in Prinses Irenestraat

The renovation of the Strawinskyhuis, a new look for the building at number 59, and the extension of the green strip that helps capture stormwater. These are the exciting new projects that will be happening along Prinses Irenestraat between June 2021 and the end of 2024.
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A greener look for Van der Boechorststraat

This week, around 150 metres of new trees and plants were planted on the eastern side of Van der Boechorststraat. Eisso Beukema, public space designer: ‘This will make Zuidas a little bit greener and less grey.’
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Central parcel pick-up points in Zuidas

Research shows that a considerable amount of the traffic in Zuidas is made up of people delivering parcels. Green Business Club Zuidas is working on a central delivery and pick-up point for parcels. Its plans also involve the use of MyPup electric cargo bikes.
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Plants and seating in Claude Debussylaan

We are making Claude Debussylaan greener. We are adding some large clay containers full of plants and around 60 natural stone ‘pouffe stools’ where you can sit and enjoy a bite to eat. The work will take two weeks, starting from 16 January 2021.
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Mini-park for Amsterdam UMC, VUmc location

More green areas around Amsterdam University Medical Center (UMC). This was one of the winning ideas submitted when residents were invited to suggest initiatives for a greener Zuidas. It’s now been made a reality. ‘We really want visitors to be able to take advantage of this green area’, says our green specialist Jeroen Assen.