Our governance

Illustration : Monica Gallab

non profit

The CLTB is comprised of a non-profit association and a Foundation of Public Utility.

The Non-profit Association “Community Land Trust – Brussels” is in charge of the daily management of the hereditament owned by the Foundation. It also hires staff responsible for the installation and follow-up of the housing projects as well as the support for household buyers and the movement’s animation.

The CLTB is committed to ensuring that the interests of all of its development actors are represented within its Board of Directors. Therefore, it is equally comprised of residents, locals and civil society as well as the representatives of public authorities.

The General Assembly elects the non-profit association’s directors. The one-third of “Residents” is elected by the occupants of an accommodation or premises on a CLTB plot of land. Each category has a seat dedicated to the candidates awaiting housing and is appointed by them. The one-third of “Civil Society” is elected by the active members who do not benefit from CLTB housing or premises. Lastly, the one-third of “Public Authorities” is designated by the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region.

During the General Assembly of the non-profit association CLTB on 25 March 2017, the Board of Directors was elected as follows :

Public Authorities – Brussels-Capital Region

Laurence Demeulemeester

Stéphanie Paulissen

Liesbet Temmerman

Jan Verheyen

David Van Vooren

Residents

Tsevi Adomayakpor

Marie Claire N’Dibu Bakalumana

Massandje Bamba

Aissa Dmam

Pascale Athey

Civil Society

Maria Elvira Ayalde

Silvia Rollo Collura

Loïc Geronnez

Pierre Denis

Paula Caballero

foundation

The CLTB is comprised of a Foundation of Public Utility and a non-profit association.

The Foundation of Public Utility “Community Land Trust – Brussels” (FUP CLTB) purchases plots of land to build its housing projects. It always has ownership of its plots of land and delegates the management of its property to the non-profit association CLTB.

The CLTB is committed to ensuring that the interests of all of its development actors are represented within its Board of Directors. Therefore, it is equally comprised of residents, locals and civil society as well as the representatives of public authorities.

The co-opting of the members of the FUP CLTB Board of Directors is carried out based on a list of candidates drawn up by the CLTB’s General Assembly (except for the representatives of the regional public authorities who are designated by the regional government).

On 11 May 2017, the Board of Directors of the FUP CLTB elected the following directors :

Public Authorities – Brussels-Capital Region

Liesbet Temmerman

Laurent van der Elst

David van Vooren

Residents

Aissa Dmam

Liliane Mwitende

Driss Soussi

Civil Society

Loïc Géronnez

Pierre Denis

Isabelle Philippe