A space for catering, eco-boats and boats in the southern Bargerveen buffer zone

The water buffer still to be built along the southern edge of the Bargerveen will provide space for various forms of recreation. In the southwest corner, along Kerkenweg near Nieuw-Schoonebeek, an area and a half hectares will be made available for such initiatives.

On the eastern side of the buffer zone, the possibility of building ecological terraces, in other words sustainable accommodation, is presented. In addition to hiking and biking trails, and play areas, there is also an intention to launch canoes there.

This can be inferred from a schematic diagram of the water store that will be established along the southern edge of the High Swamp Reserve. It was presented Monday evening at Dorpshoeve in Nieuw-Schoonebeek.

Construction is expected to begin after the summer of 2023 at the earliest, expect Jacomijn Bloemers and Marlene Stutjesdijk of the Brulander Implementation Organization. The project experienced some delays, because the first bulldozer was supposed to reach the ground at the end of this year.

According to Pluimers, more time is needed in terms of environmental calculations and research. “Procedures for changing the zoning plan are underway and permits still need to be prepared,” Bloomers said. So it doesn’t expect a tender for the massive job before the second quarter of 2023.

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