The citizens’ survey and the workshops were based on four themes:

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Putting people at the heart of the project

To develop a new urban district dedicated to the quality of life and well-being of its inhabitants, residents and users.

"Quality of life" theme

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Preserving the environment

A comprehensive, integrated and ambitious environmental approach.

Sustainable neighbourhood" in the survey and "Environment" in the workshops

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Enhancing the industrial heritage

Rehabilitate the most remarkable heritage of the site and combine it with high quality contemporary architecture, for a unique character and a strong identity.

"Heritage" theme

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Making connections

To create the missing link between the city centre, the Grenz-Hiehl district and the Ellergronn/Gaalgebierg; to promote a lively and friendly neighbourhood life; to reconcile the city and nature.

Neighbourhood life" in the survey and "Mobility" in the workshops

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The citizens' survey "Your opinion counts! "

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of the 227 people who replied to our citizens’ survey chose green space as one of the things that contributes most to quality of life.

77%

of respondents thought it important to bring the elderly and children together

90%

of participants thought it important to preserve the site’s industrial heritage

Given the scale of the Rout Lëns project and the stakes involved at city level, the real estate developer IKO Real Estate wanted to involve the population in discussions by organising a citizen participation process early on. This consultation used several tools to enable a large number of people to express themselves: a survey entitled "Your opinion matters!” survey, and participatory workshops.

Brainstorming
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The voice of youth

To continue the approach begun with the citizens’ participation process, and because young people were poorly represented in it, IKO Real Estate staged an "Innovation Camp" with the Jonk Entrepreneuren Luxembourg association. During this day event, 40 young people between 16 and 19 set themselves the task of imagining "the place of young people in the city of tomorrow" and more particularly in the Rout Lëns district. It was a great opportunity to give the floor to the future users of the Rout Lëns district. A big thank you to the participants and congratulations to the winners!

Share your ideas and desires for the new Rout Lëns district!