Brownﬁeld redevelopment has become a leitmotiv of urban policies aiming for environmental virtues and the revitalization of cities. Moreover, it appears to be a sustainable solution to the problem of meeting the demand for new development zones without expanding into greenﬁeld sites. However, many obstacles can hinder the effective implementation of such projects. The current article focuses on the brownﬁeld redevelopment policy followed in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and, more speciﬁcally, on the Belval project. It highlights its challenges, implementation modalities, public–private partnership arrangements, and also limitations in terms of citizen participation and spatialintegration.TheresultsshowthattheBelvalredevelopmentprojecthasallowedthepreservationofgreenﬁeldsitesfromtheequivalent of 3 years of urban expansion (550 ha).
|Nombre de pages||9|
|journal||Journal of the Urban Planning and Development Division, ASCE|
|Numéro de publication||2|
|Date de mise en ligne précoce||14 mars 2020|
|état||Publié - juin 2020|