Wissing was commissioned by the Municipality of Duiven to draw up an urban development plan for the city centre. The plan distinguished between a mainly green and a mainly red area. Together with Wissing, Jeroen Marseille drew up the vision for the design of the public space for the overall area, after which he designed the development plan for the red area. The plan connects Pastorieplein, Remigiusplein and Kerkplein to the town hall by clear pedestrian streets. New buildings were built around Remigiusplein, and the square itself was divided with a number of raised planes. This has separated the catering terraces from the square floor and created a podium and a water element.