Belval counts 2,400 residents, 5,300 students and hosts 5,000 jobs
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Belval appears to have found its stride after rising into the top 5 national sites for the tertiary sector. On Tuesday Agora, which developed the Belval site, reported that it hosts 12,000 people a day, to live, study or work. It counts 2,400 residents, 5,300 students and hosts 5,000 jobs with more than 180 companies based there in research, banking, services, catering and communication.
Providing more financial incentives for home owners to make energy efficient renovations was among the main pillars of a new national strategy revealed by Francine Closener on Tuesday.
The European Parliament has given British PM Theresa May the cold shoulder on her proposal on citizens’ rights after Brexit. Nine party leaders penned an open letter to the Guardian in which they threatened to veto any agreement that would curtail the rights of EU citizens.
The Green Party (déi Gréng) have said that they would like to continue the current coalition government with the DP and the LSAP after the autumn 2018 elections. François Bausch said that they “had worked well together despite some differences.”