Mining sites

Mining sites

LRM invests in experience real estate to help increase the attractiveness and tourist potential of our province and to create sustainable jobs. Today, LRM is working on the re-designation of the former mining site of Beringen under the name be-MINE; the former mining site of Eisden in Maasmechelen has been renamed Terhills. LRM invests specifically in tourist projects that have positive long-term effects on the region. The sites are being transformed into tourist destinations with numerous supra-regional attractions.

be-MINE

be-MINE

The mining site was protected in Beringen, even the cooling towers. Today, the former Beringen coal mine site is still regarded as one of the largest in Europe and held up as a model of reconversion.

Terhills

Terhills

The former mining site of Eisden, on the territory of the city of Dilsen-Stokkem and the municipality of Maasmechelen, will be transformed into a unique tourist-recreational attraction with an international image and a high experience value.

Learn more about the mining heritage?

Learn more about the mining heritage?

LRM is the heir of the former mining sites and mines no longer the underground, but the future:

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companies in LRM portfolio

Center Parcs brings the Terhills Resort to the market as a premium park

LRM, Terhills and Center Parcs sign a fifteen-year management agreement Maasmechelen Belgium - On the former mining site of Eisden, Terhills NV, a subsidiary of the Limburg Investment Company LRM, is building a holiday park with 250 water villas. Center Parcs has already made its know-how and