Park Randenbroek in Amersfoort is a remnant of a seventeenth century estate, designed in the English landscaping style of the nineteenth century. The park, a national monument, is used intensively by local residents, but the coherence with surrounding green areas was lacking and the layout and management of the park could not cope with the high level of use. The park was completely renovated and partly redeveloped. Original features in the English landscaping style, such as sightlines and vistas, woodland paths and rolling hills as well as groups of trees and watercourses were restored. The tree stock was rejuvenated where necessary. The cultural and historical importance as well as the recreational value of the park formed the main starting points for the redevelopment. A lot of attention has also been paid to the wildlife living in the park. Measures were put in place for six species of bat, around thirty species of bird, amphibians and reptiles as well as rare plants.