Development plan for a sustainable Hertsön/Lerbäcken

On Thursday the 18th of February, an initial meeting for Hertsön’s/Lerbäcken’s development plan will be held. The development plan shall show what the vision of a sustainable Luleå means for Hertsön and Lerbäcken. Preliminary work with the development plan has been carried out, and the city council has decided what issues in the development plan are the most important based on this. The issues have been divided into three areas:


You can contribute to the development of Hertsön and Lerbäcken within the three areas in the long term. We, as politicians, are interested to hear your views. Over the course of the evening, we’ll work in groups. Think about what areas you are interested in working with.
You will also get information about how work is to continue, and will be able to register interest for continued participation.

Place: Hertsöskolan’s canteen
Date and time: Thursday the 18th of February, 6.30 p.m. – 9.00 p.m.
Questions: Please contact Maria Strömgren, society development office,, phone 0920 45 49 96

We’ll provide tea and coffee.

A number of politicians from Luleå Municipality will participate.

If you’d like to read more, please visit our website

The development plan is to include Hertsön and Lerbäcken

Development plan – what’s that?

Luleå Municipality has, in dialogue with various groups, developed Vision Luleå 2050, and Luleå Municipality’s overall plan, decided on by the city council in 2013. The overall plan describes how we would like things to be in the future, and what we need to do to get there. One part of the continuing work is to create different development plans for all parts of the town and for the three central villages of Råneå, Persön and Antnäs. The development plans shall show what Vision Luleå 2050 means on a local level. The first areas for which development plans are to be developed are Råneå and its surroundings, Hertsön/Lerbäcken, and the town centre.

Together, we’ll keep developing the sustainable Hertsön and Lerbäcken.

Welcome on February 18th!
Maritha Meethz
City Council chair