Kessel-Lo is constantly changing. The population is growing, schools and houses are being built, traffic density is increasing and summers are becoming hotter and drier. With this in the back of our minds, how can we ensure that the public space evolves, so that Kessel-Lo remains a pleasant, enjoyable and healthy place to live?
One thing is certain: if we want to shape Kessel-Lo's public space, we have to do it together with all its citizens. Because who knows better how to make 'their' streets, squares and parks more attractive, than the people of Kessel-Lo themselves?