A green answer to urban sprawl

Europe’s investment plan speeds up decontamination of old industrial sites and turns them into good places to live and work

General contractors, earth-movers and diggers will start construction of 300 apartments and homes next April on the site of a nineteenth-century paper mill in Mont-Saint-Guibert, southeast of Brussels. Not long afterwards, buildings will go up on a disused foundry in the Paris suburb of Choisy-le-Roi, and then in the heart of Lyon on the grounds of the former Brandt washing-machine factory.

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