Planning and decision making Marineterrein Amsterdam resumes23 June 2020
In March 2020, the Municipality of Amsterdam and the State made new agreements about the size and location of the future military zone. Now that there is clarity about this, the planning and decision-making process for the entire Marineterrein Amsterdam will resume.
This process has four phases: exploration, feasibility, design and implementation. The first phase, which led to a decision in principle, took place in 2017. The second phase, in which the ambition and the principles for the Marineterrein are further described, will now resume. The central government and the municipality will draw up a new memorandum, adapted to the new situation.
Involvement of the Marineterrein community
Currently, Bureau Marineterrein is organizing sessions together with partners and community members about the main topics for the Marineterrein as a future proof city district: living, working, learning and sustainability goals.
This summer, the whole of the community of the Marineterrein and the neighborhood will again be consulted about important themes for the future development of the Marineterrein.
After the summer, the memorandum will be completed with all the input gathered. In the autumn, the municipality will release the memorandum for public participation for all Amsterdam residents. This memorandum will then be part of the so-called ‘projectnota’ and will be determined administratively by the municipality.
Then phase 2 is completed and phase 3, the design phase, will start. This phase will also include a participation process for the parties involved, as well as the final fourth phase. After this final phase, it will take several years before any definite developments can start.
Who does what at the Marineterrein;
- The State owns the entire Marineterrein.
- Bureau Marineterrein Amsterdam initiates and supervises the temporary developments that lead to definite developments.
- The Marineterrein Community is the main force behind the temporary developments and is therefore part of the future of the Marineterrein.
- The Municipality of Amsterdam supervises the planning and decision-making for the final developments.