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Advantages

The main advantages of this neighbourhood are

  • its residential feel;
  • its proximity to the airport; and
  • its proximity to the historic neighbourhoods of the capital: the Grund and Clausen.

Geographic location

Cents has a surface area of 173.10 hectares and is located in the east of the capital. It borders

  • Neudorf/Weimershof to the north;
  • Hamm and Pulvermühl to the south; and
  • The Grund and Clausen to the west.

Population

Number of residents

  • 6,316 as of 31/12/2018
  • Demographic weight: 5.39% of Luxembourg City's population

Population growth

  • 2012: 5,761
  • 2013: 5,956
  • 2014: 6,110
  • 2015: 6,178
  • 2016: 6,262
  • 2017: 6,268
  • 2018: 6,316

Infrastructure for children

SCHOOLS

Cents Schools
2, Rue Tornaco, L-2623 Luxembourg
19, Rue Tornaco, L-2623 Luxembourg
7A, Rue Gabriel de Marie, L-2131 Luxembourg
49, Rue L. Kauffman, L-1853 Luxembourg

President: Christian Moes

Further information


Classes
Cycle 1 – pre-school: 2
Cycle 1: 7
Cycles 2-4: 21

Objectives of the school development plan (PDS) of the Cents school
The Cents school will implement different measures to improve how learning is organised for all pupils.
Sub-objective 1: During the 2018-2019 school year, the Cents school will reorganise its educational support.
Sub-objective 2: During the 2018-2019 school year, the Cents school will institute differentiated learning groups within each cycle.
Sub-objective 3: During the 2018/2019 school year, the Cents school will implement inter-cycle learning activities.


CHILDCARE CENTRES

Cents
25, Rue Arthur Knaff, L-1862 Luxembourg

Foyer Inclusion
167, Rue de Trèves, L-2630 Luxembourg

Further information

Other infrastructure

Culture, sports and leisure

  • 11 playgrounds
  • 1 multi-sport field
  • 1 pétanque green
  • 1 community centre (centre sociétaire) ​
  • 1 football field (RM Hamm Benfica)
  • Tennis Cents (Fetschenhaff)

Transport

  • 40 bus stops
  • Bus lines serving the area: 4, 9, 14, 20, 29, CN1
  • 9 above-ground car parks
  • 9 parking spaces for people with reduced mobility

Other

  • National Sports Institute (Institut National des Sports )

History

This neighbourhood's main thoroughfare is Rue de Trèves, an old trade route which has connected Luxembourg City and Trier (Germany) since the Middle Ages. This area was part of the former municipality of Hamm, which merged with Luxembourg City in 1920. During the 1930s, the Carmelite sisters settled in this neighbourhood, which was still a rural area at the time.

The urban development of the neighbourhood began in the 1960s with the construction of the Cité Frommes housing scheme by the National Low-Cost Housing Administration (Société nationale des habitations à bon marché), and is still ongoing. The Holy Spirit Church was consecrated in 1980, which makes it the newest church in Luxembourg City.

Local interest groups

Syndicat d'Initiative et d'Intérêts Locaux Fetschenhof-Cents ​