LMUP granted financing package

The Lower Msimbazi river area envisioned as the lungs of the city

The Worldbank, Spain and the Netherlands have officially granted the financing package for the Lower Msimbazi Upgrading Plan in Dar es Salaam to support the flood-safety initiative. The flood-prone area will be transformed into a vibrant city park with sustainable urban development (400 ha in total). The LMUP project was realised in collaboration with CDR,…

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LMUP feasibility study completed

LMUP city park

Stage 1 of the Lower Msimbazi Upgrading Project (LMUP) in Dar Es Salaam, including the Feasibility Study with an Integrated Spatial Plan, is completed. Further detailed design of urban greening and nature revitalization, city park design and urban development for this 400 ha area in the centre of Dar es Salaam has a clear guideline…

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++Water Heritage on display at the Nieuwe Markt, Groningen

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From 5th to 7th November 2021 our project ++Water Heritage (++Watererfgoed) together with MORE Landscape is on display in the exhibition Sponsland on the Nieuwe Markt in Groningen during Let’s Gro. The project was one of the eight proposals to adapt the area from the Hunze Valley to Schiermonnikoog to climate change looking ahead to the year 2121, but…

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Excursion to Reitdiep, Groningen

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For the International Climate Adaptation Summit, planned to be held in the Netherlands in January 2021, a series of support events are organized. One of them is the Climate Adaptation Design Exhibition in which eight teams have been asked to develop a vision for parts of the urban and rural regions in and around Groningen.…

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