If you see something damaged or dirty or a car parked in the wrong place please contact Leo Zandvliet by phone, WhatsApp or e-mail. Leo is also your primary contact for all small maintenance matters.
T: +31 6 38 148 880
What should the public areas look like? In an effort to clarify the situation, the municipality of Leiden published 'De Schouwwaaier' which shows exactly how the public areas are divided according to the quality of the chosen level of maintenance. For Leiden Bio Science Park the maintenance level is level B and for the building plots that are still available the maintenance level is C. Exceptions are parts of the LUMC site where a quality level A is maintained.
Recent construction plans and accessibility
Based on the most recent planning reports the project office of the municipality of Leiden has provided an overview of all building plans in the Leiden Bio Science Park area which are currently in progress or are about to be implemented.
Our operative boundaries
At Leiden Bio Science Park, three landowners are active: the municipality of Leiden, Leiden University and the Leiden University Medical Center. These three parties work together in coordination in order to closely correlate management and maintenance tasks.
Click for the map to see exactly which landowner is responsible for what area.
We are committed to the smooth running of the infrastructure in and around Leiden Bio Science Park. Because the park is located near the A44 motorway, the accessibility of the businesses should be excellent. If this is not the case, we will take the appropriate action.
The construction of the RijnlandRoute will provide much better access to the Leiden region and should improve the flow of traffic between Amsterdam, The Hague and Rotterdam.
For an impression of the future situation of the RijnlandRoute and the way it is integrated into the surroundings click here.
The Entrepreneurs Association and Liander entered into an agreement which will further improve and extend cooperation between the two parties. Both parties are committed to strive towards the goal to minimize the risks and consequences of any potential future power failures.