What will happen to the former National Archives building?

The premises of the former barracks are becoming vacant due to the move of the National Archives to Belval. Our Member of Parliament André Bauler has asked the responsible ministers whether there is already a new project for the building and when the work could start.

D’Nationalarchiv wäert 2024 an e ganz modernt Gebai op Esch/Belval plënneren. Domat wäerten d’Raimlechkeeten am Kasäregebai vun der fréierer Festung Lëtzebuerg fräi ginn. 

An deem Kontext wollt ech folgend Froen un den Här Minister fir Mobilitéit an ëffentlech Aarbechte stellen:

  1. Gëtt et een neie Projet ronderëm dëst historescht Gebai? Wa jo, lafen do scho konkret Planungen? Wat wier also déi eventuell nei Destinatioun fir dëst Gebai? Soll et villäicht an den Déngscht vun der Cité judiciaire gestallt ginn?
  2. Wéini kéinten d’Aarbechten am Gebai fréistens ufänken?
  3. Ass scho gewosst wat fir e Budget dofir misst virgesi ginn?“

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