The district development will comprise several construction phases and is expected to be completed in 25 to 30 years. According to the framework plan, a mobility hub with parking spaces for cars and bicycle stands, charging stations for e-mobility and services for cyclists will be created. Additional space is available for future needs arising from the dynamic development of the university, and re-use concepts are being developed for buildings that become vacant. On top of this, there is also space for a day-care centre and public administration. Furthermore, services such as an additional copy shop or another café can be created in the area and used by residents – the campus with its parks, the Botanical Garden and leisure facilities is already open to the public. Bremerskamp, with an area of around ten hectares, will enable Kiel University to develop further in the long term as one of Germany's top universities and at the same time merge more closely with urban life.