Scattered along the left bank of the Scheldt in the port of Antwerp, there are still several parcels of fallow land ('residual land'), which have already been opened up and largely allocated to companies in the port. These sites overlap with a Birds Directive area.
To allow the companies present to develop further with respect for the surrounding area, Maatschappij Linkerscheldeoever (MLSO) and Port of Antwerp-Bruges are drawing up an Environmental Impact Assessment Plan (plan-MER). With this, we want to inform all interested parties about the possible alternatives and compensatory measures. A first step in the procedure for an EIR plan is the publication of a notification note.