Have your say on the capital's future
Residents can have their say in how the capital develops by attending a meeting on the city's general development plan (PAG).
The free, public meeting takes place on January 22 at the "Cercle Cité" where the mayor, Lydie Polfer, and city councillors hope to have an open dialogue with residents.
The current PAG is a blueprint for Luxembourg city's growth, addressing social, economic and environmental issues of the future.
The next PAG will be developed over four phases with this public meeting intended to be the first. The next phase will involve an online questionnaire for residents, followed by meetings with different districts and a final conference.
The talk will be conducted in Luxembourgish with simultaneous translations in English and French. It is expected to last around 90 minutes.
The PAG meeting takes place at the "Cercle Cité" auditorium, entrance on 2, "rue Genistre", at 6.30pm on January 22.
Click here to find out more or view the current PAG for Luxembourg City