The Terhills project portfolio offers a range of investment opportunities, including categories such as leisure, retail, catering and homes. Investors do not only see Terhills as a location, they also see it as a partner. Together, we are supporting development of the site as a tourist destination with space for growth and ambition.
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Terhills is located on the former Eisden mining site in the heart of the Euregio region. It covers approximately 365 hectares in Dilsen-Stokkem and Maasmechelen, on the edge of Belgium's only National Park.
Shaped by its past as an industrial mine and gravel quarry site, the environment today is characterized by lush fauna and flora, expansive areas of water and unique views from the hills formed by the old slag heaps. They offer a living reminder of Limburg’s coal mining history.
Terhills NV, a subsidiary of the Limburg Investment Company LRM, has the task of transforming this site into a unique tourist destination. In 2011, 219 hectares of industrial site was transformed into natural and recreational areas (covering 100 ha and 119 ha respectively).
The Regionaal Landschap Kempen en Maasland created the main entrance gate to the Hoge Kempen National Park, and in the middle of the natural area, the University of Hasselt built, the 'ECOTRON’, a unique research infrastructure. The facility implements scientific research into the impact of climate change on biodiversity.
The holiday resort that Terhills is developing with Pierre & Vacances Center Parcs will form the beating heart of the site. The Terhills Cablepark provides a fitting complement to the Vulex lake (formerly a gravel pit), and the former mine headquarters has been transformed into the Terhills Hotel.
Meanwhile, construction is under way on the state-of-the-art Elaisa wellness complex and a new conference and events building that will make the site attractive for businesses. The retail area development is also still under construction. For example, Terhills has already begun construction of the access road and parking area.
We are constructing a 4.2-km, loop-shaped road, to provide a sustainable inter-connection between the different attractions. It will allow visitors to circulate smoothly around the entire area, using an electric shuttle.