On 26 February, the Minister for Spatial Planning, Claude Turmes, presented the four sectoral plans aimed at framing the country’s territorial development in a sustainable manner within four major fields of action: urban and rural development, economy, transport, and the […]
At a press conference this morning, the Minister for Spatial Planning, Claude Turmes, announced the names of the six teams selected to continue the work of the urban-architectural consultation. Congratulations to the teams led by: AREP Ville, KCAP Architects&Planners, MVRDV, […]
A group of 30 citizens, selected by TNS Ilres to represent the diversity of Luxembourg society, is now supporting Luxembourg in Transition. The Biergerkommitee Lëtzebuerg 2050 aims to discuss the propositions which the teams of architects, town planners and social […]
Undeterred by the challenging conditions due to Covid-19, the 10 international teams selected for the first phase of “Luxembourg in Transition” have finalised their work and delivered their first reports, as planned, before noon yesterday! Congratulations to all those who […]
In order to support the “Luxembourg in Transition” process, the Department of Spatial Planning of the Ministry of Energy and Spatial Planning, through TNS Ilres, a Luxembourg-based polling company, is seeking people residing in the Grand Duchy or in the […]
The kick-off meeting of the Luxembourg in Transition process with the 10 selected teams took place today in the form of a digital conference. The Minister for Spatial Planning, Claude Turmes, as well as members of the scientific and advisory […]
Press conference to launch the “Luxembourg in transition” process at the Department of Spatial Planning today. The 10 selected teams can now start working. Let’s go for 2050! See the press release and the presentation.