We are looking for dynamic design teams! More info on the architecture competition for our Tivoli housing project in the new Tivoli Green City development in Laken can be found here (deadline 12/2/2020), and the details on the competition for our Abbé Cuylits housing project in the popular central district of Kuregem is right here (deadline 22/1/2020) The Brussels Master Architect (“bouwmeester”) is guiding both competitions.
How can alliances of policy makers, citizens, entrepreneurs and civil society organisations contribute to a more social and sustainable economy? How can we counter the socio-economic polarisation within European cities and regions and, as a matter of course, integrate climate protection measures and practices into economic practices? How can innovation be more inclusive?
Cosmopolis – Center of Urban Research, Building Brussels and Cities of Making present the Foundational Economy and a well-founded vision of what 21st century cities should be manufacturing within the socio-ecological transition of the urban economy.
Friday May 10th 2019, leaders in the Community Land Trust-movement from across North-West Europe (including CLTB) will meet politicians, policymakers, and officials from local and regional governments for a one- day conference in London City Hall. Click here for the full programme.
Community Land Trusts: a solution for the housing crisis? On June 4th at 8pm, Brenda Torpy, director of the Champlain Housing Trust Burlington (US), will give a keynote presentation in Leuven. The presentation will be followed by a panel moderated by Dirk Holemans (Oikos) involving different actors in the field of housing.
More information on the event page.