Hollerich Village, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Hollerich Village is a greyfield redevelopment that will create a zero-energy live-work community. They are part of the One Planet Living program and Biorigional. Hollerich's goals include promoting the local economy, increasing the resiliency of Luxembourg, improving the quality of life and health of the citizens, and reducing the ecological footprint of the new development by promoting a sustainable lifestyle.
Developer: Schuler Group
Performance levels achieved:
|Limits to Growth|
|Health + Happiness|
|Embodied Energy & Carbon|
|Neighborhood & Access|
|Access to Nature|
|Access to Community Services|
Goals & Strategies:
Goals: All residents have access to food growing space.
Strategies: Community garden space, access to local produce through farmers market.
Goals: Increase biodiversity.
Strategies: All roofs are green roofs, network of green spaces and habitat corridors, bee hives.
Goals: 80% of resident trips are vehicle free, potential to reduce park spaces in future.
Strategies: Located near public transportation and train stations, 1 parking space per home, designed to enable shortest distance by foot.
Goals: Maximum consumption of 26 gallons/person/day.
Strategies: 50% of water used on site will be treated on-site, residents maxi- mum consumption target is 26 gallons/person/day.
Goals: Net-zero energy and zero-carbon community.
Strategies: 100% heating demand met by on site renewable sources, 20% of electricity demand met by on site solar PV, remainder generated from off-site renewable energy.
Health + Happiness
Goals: Promote local economy, improve sense of well being.
Strategies: Human scale design, local economy promoted through incubator business space, senior citizen living, community center, schools, 25% increase in sense of wellbeing of residents through a biennial survey, website with community updates on workshops and events.
Goals: Reduce embodied energy in construction materials.
Strategies: 50% of construction materials sourced within 100 miles, materials selected with LCA analysis and ecological impact analysis.
Strategies: 75% waste recycled, 50% reduction in per capita waste generation.