At the moment, the headland of the keel hole on the Cortgene continues to crumble every day. There are only a few small islands left and the water around them is increasingly silting up.
To restore this, the plan is to use an innovative technique (developed by Netics-Alblasserdam) to create climate-robust land with the dredged material released from the part where the future homes are planned.
The construction of the nature island along the river will then further prevent sedimentation and due to the variation in water depths of the area, the water flora and fauna will again lose a greater biodiversity. The new islands will also offer rust and/or breeding grounds for water birds.
All this is part of the landscape and urban exploration of this area where nature and living merge seamlessly.
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