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.
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.
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