Here is the area on Google Maps
. The red marker is on Roeterseiland, within the area on the right side of the river Amstel that ICOMOS wants to leave out of the nomination. In the same area also is a large road called Weesperstraat, which ICOMOS calls "ugly and messy".
(if you do not see a red marker, search for "Roeterseiland Amsterdam").
- There are 2 17th century buildings on the Binnengasthuisterrein of which already has been decided that they will be demolished. Legally it's too late to come back on that decision. ICOMOS obviously wants that stopped.
- The City of Amsterdam says that the right bank of the Amstel is an essential part of the 17th century city planning, although parts of it have empty spaces because of the construction of the metro
- One of the concessions is that the bicycle parking (!) next to the Central Station will be limited in height. This map
shows the whole nomination in red, with its core zone limited by a yellow line. The Central Station indeed is located in the buffer zone.