Veere: coastal recreation
Type of industrial estate: mixed
Available land: diverse
Environmental category: 3.2 at the most for large-scale retail trade; 4.1 at the most on standard plots
Other Industrial Estates in the Municipality:
- De Zompe (Serooskerke)
- Oosterloo (Domburg)
- Rapenburgweg (Meliskerke)
- Zuidweg (Aagtekerke)
These estates do not have any lots available for new commercial activities.
Veere: facts and figures
The municipality of Veere lies on the peninsula of Walcheren and consists of thirteen villages and fourteen hamlets. The former work island Neeltje Jans, part of the Oosterscheldekering Oosterschelde Barrier, also belongs to the municipal territory.
Population: 21,868 persons
Area: 206.63 km2 (73.5 km2 of which is water)
Population density: 165 inhabitants per km2
Workforce: 7,800 persons
Average per capita income: €29,200
Industrial estates: 5
Number of Companies: 2,888
1. Business and private service industry
2. Hotel and catering industry, sports and recreation
The N58, N287 and the N288 form a quick ring road along the outer borders of Walcheren. These roads provide good access to the A58 motorway and the N57 in the direction of Schouwen-Duiveland.
The municipality of Veere is primarily focused on coastal recreation. It has dozens of hotels, hundreds of camping sites and thousands of holiday homes. The seaside villages lie on the North Sea coast and the Westerschelde river and attract tourists the whole year through. Domburg holds a Seaside Health Resort Status.
The municipality of Veere has a number of industrial estates with a local focus. The central area is mainly used for agriculture.