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PAG – General development plan

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Urban development department:

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Manuel LOPES, city architect  58771 – 1269
Véronique GRÜN,  58771 – 1617
Romain MÜLLER  58771 – 1246

Revision of the general development plan

Like all municipalities, the town of Differdange is required to have a general development plan covering its entire territory. The PAG aims to ensure: rational land use, harmonious development of urban and rural structures, respect for the cultural heritage and protection of the natural environment, public safety and hygiene, improvement of the quality of life of the population, rational use of energy.

The objective of the general development plan is the distribution and location of human activities in various areas in order to ensure the coherent and sustainable development of the municipality, on the basis of the objectives defined by article 2 of the amended Act of 19 July 2004 on municipal planning and urban development.

In its meeting of 20 November 2019, the municipal council adopted the new general development plan (PAG) for the city of Differdange, followed by a new launch of the procedure by the municipal council in accordance with article 10 of the law of 19 July 2014.

Current PAG

The general development plan currently in effect is based on the approved version of 1981.

Since then, the city of Differdange has made numerous ad-hoc modifications. For each specific modification, the written and graphic parts of the general development plan are combined in a coordinated version.

Do not hesitate to contact us in order to consult the respective documents and plans in force. Our staff in the urban development department will answer any questions you may have.

Consult the documents

All the documents and plans of the PAG as well as the said PAP QE (written and graphic parts) and the environmental impact report (SUP) of the versions approved by the city council, are deposited at the town hall where the public will be able to examine them and can be consulted in electronic form below.



Current PAG


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