Beeldkwaliteitsplan Nolimpark Pelt

The Nolimpark, a prominent industrial area in Pelt, faces challenges and opportunities. With a focus on materials-related activities, it serves as a significant economic factor and a regional employment hub. This project aims to optimize its economic value and transform it into a resilient, attractive space. The dual challenge includes addressing heat stress and sewer overflows. The proposed sewer decoupling project not only manages water issues but also integrates strategies for heat stress mitigation, enhancing visual quality, utilizing space efficiently, and increasing natural value. The approach spans various scales, making the Nolimpark more resilient to climatic challenges and contributing to sustainable spaces for businesses.


The current road infrastructure lacks hierarchy, creating unsafe conditions and impacting the identity of business clusters. The vision advocates for spatial differentiation, focusing on clear recognition for car traffic and adding a cycling network to address missing links. This approach enhances traffic safety, accessibility, and the identity of business clusters within the Nolimpark.


The spatial-economic vision for the Nolimpark is translated into a practical planning tool through a quality image plan. Spatial clusters are defined for targeted transformation, with detailed visions and customized conditions for each. This planning tool operates at plot and cluster levels, guiding the development of high-quality spatial structures.


In the specific context of an industrial park, an image quality plan focuses on key aspects for desired spatial transformation. Emphasizing flexibility for entrepreneurship without compromising ambition, the plan facilitates effective communication between permit issuers and initiators. Tailored themes for subzones ensure smooth and purposeful discussions, streamlining the pre-approval process.






Pelt, Belgium






municipality of Pelt


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