The “symbolic” first stone of the Rives Ardentes eco-district was laid on 21 October. In total, the future eco-neighbourhood is to house 1,325 dwellings of various types, office space, local shops, restaurants, services, a service residence, two crèches and sports facilities, all situated around a basin, a marina, or on the banks of the nearby Meuse. Remediation, demolition and construction of the infrastructure are already well underway, as is the structural work on the first housing units. 80% of the total area of the site will be converted into green and open spaces with parks, gardens, water features and a square with a fountain. In 2017, the Neo-Legia consortium, consisting of the developers CIT Blaton, Jan De Nul Group and Willemen Groep, won the public contract (PPP in competitive dialogue) to carry out this extensive and lengthy urban conversion project on the Coronmeuse site (25 hectares).
Project launch – the Rives Ardentes eco-neighbourhood in Liège is officially launched
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