• About LINKit consult

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    Welcome to our website. LINKit consult provides specialist advice to solve issues on land and water management. We bring people, ideas and resources together to help realize ambitions. Our inspiration is on improvement of the quality of water, nature and landscape. Thematic issues are water quality, water treatment, coastal and delta engineering and fish migration. Our approach is based on up to date knowledge, inspiration and communication. We operate in the Netherlands, UK, Spain and Bosnia.

  • River for fish migration Afsluitdijk

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    In 1932 in the northern part of Holland, a 32 km long closure dam named Afsluitdijk was constructed. This dam is an immense barrier for many migratory fish species. This innovative and groundbreaking project to creates a “mini estuary” between the Ijsselmeer(fresh water) and the Waddenzee (salt water). New opportunities for migratory fish species like the smelt, salmon and other to return in the Dutch waters.

  • Natural Climate Buffer: building with nature

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    The intertidal area of the Oosterschelde is subject to structural erosion. The hydro- morphology of the Oosterschelde is out of balance due to the construction of the Delta Project. This structural erosion is known as “sand demand”. Possible solutions will be executed and monitored: sand nourishment, hanging beach and shellfish reefs. Pilots of this nature are innovative: off-shore measures to deal with anticipated sea level rise and  based on natural processes (building with nature).

  • Noth Sea Canal

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    The North Sea Canal (Dutch: Noordzeekanaal) is a Dutch ship canal from Amsterdam to the North Sea at Ijmuiden. The canal is an important route for migrating fish species. Artificial barriers in the canal, like dams, sluices and weirs lead to habitat loss and fragmentation. Cooperation and tuning is needed. Together with Wanningen Water Consult, LINKit consult has worked out a program to improve fish migration in the canal.

  • Plompetoren

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    The project aims to improve safety, recreation and to protect cultural history on the current location of the Plompetoren. To accomplish these goals LINKit consult has set up a joint venture and developped an execution plan.