The future commercial zone in Bubanj Potok, between the bypass route and the railway, will have as many as 300,000 square meters, as shown by the draft detailed regulation plan for this zone, which is currently undergoing public review.
This area, says the draft DRP, holds considerable developmental potential for the city, and the activation of this zone takes thorough development and backfilling of terrain, waterway regulation, and infrastructural and transportation equipping.
The area encompassed by the plan has around 40 hectares and covers a part of the territory of the urban municipality of Vozdovac in the area of Bubanj Potok, between the bypass route and the Belgrade-Pozarevac railway.
As stated in the draft DRP, the area currently contains undeveloped green and agricultural areas which are supposed to be transformed into areas for commercial features.
The new plan envisages commercial features on 19.3 hectares, nearly a half of the entire area, and the approximate gross developed building area of the facilities the construction of which will be allowed there amounts to around 300,000 square meters.
The zone will allow for the construction of wholesale and retail facilities (wholesale markets, warehouses, wholesale green markets, hypermarkets, shopping centers and shopping malls, department stores, open department stores, green markets...), as well as distribution centers, hotels, restaurants, amusement parks and other sports, culture and entertainment facilities. Compatible purposes for business activities of the type of a commercial-business zone are also allowed.
The zone will be accessible from the bypass route and the Belgrade-Nis highway, whereas traffic routes from which the planned commercial features will be accessible are planned within the area as part of the secondary network. The implementation of public transport bus routes is planned as well, and the position of the stops will be determined in cooperation with the Public Transport Directorate during the preparation of the technical documentation.
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