Tartu has launched a vision competition for the developement of the city's Raadi region which will find a spatial plan for an area almost 30 hectares in size.
The area to be developed runs along Roosi Street between Puiestee Street and the Estonian National Museum. The area includes ERM, Raadi manor, a riding arena, several wooden apartment buildings and empty space.
Deputy Mayor of Tartu Reno Laidre said the aim of the development is to make the area attractive.
According to Tartu's general plan, Raadi Hall, which is intended for organizing international events, could also be built in the area in the future.
The vision competition will cost the city approximately €30,000 and the deadline for submitting entries is September 18.
Editor: Helen Wright