CLIENT(S): publiek-private samenwerking tussen AG Vespa, Vooruitzicht, Woonhaven en Matexi Projects
Masterplan: POLO Architecten, Veelaert Architecten
Architecture: POLO Architecten, Veelaert Architecten, Van Belle & Medina
Landscape architecture: Sweco
TOTAL COSTS (EXCL. VAT): 60.000.000 €
BVO (total): 52.500 m²
2014 start development
2016 start realisation
2028 expected completion date
Between Dascottelei, Herentalsebaan and Eksterlaar, Matexi, together with AG VESPA and Vooruitzicht, is developing the residential area of Eksterlaer. The renowned architectural firms POLO and Veelaert developed the master plan, the land development plan and worked them out down to the level of the individual lots. On the 15 ha site, a total of 580 houses and apartments will be built, spread over various phases and years. Eksterlaer consists of a few main axes surrounded by various residential areas with a 30 km/h speed limit zone.
All streets have limited car access. The internal circulation of vulnerable road users is separated as much as possible from the internal circulation for motorised traffic and is adapted to the attraction poles (bus stop, school, hospital, shops, ...) in the vicinity of the project area.
A sustainable parking policy in which parking takes place as much underground as possible and a well-considered construction of cycling and walking routes make the neighbourhood safe and child-friendly. The integration of a neighbourhood park provides an attractive green rest and recreation area just a few kilometres from the city.