City centres must anticipate and adapt to emerging trends. From users (new ways of living, studying, working, eating, chilling out, travelling, consuming, …), to public spaces (new uses, pop-ups, modular, changing and/or shared spaces, participation, ownership and social control, ...), via new means of mobility (soft, shared spaces, multi-uses, etc.), every subject must be tackled.
We advise on the right tools for you to operate for an effective management with visible and lasting results.
URBAN RENEWAL & HOUSING – Stimulation and support of property owners in the rehabilitation of their building(s) as part of the requalification operation transforming vacant spaces above commercial premises into new housing - City of La Louvière, Belgium (2009-2011)
Elaboration of a strategy and a blueprint for Jemappes city centre urban renewal – City of Mons, Belgium (2005-2009)
Collaboration and follow-up of property owners in the restoration of their buildings’ facades in Jemappes city centre, creation of housing above ground floor commercial premises – City of Mons‘ Urban renewal operation + Federal Government Urban policy. (2006-2008)
Technical support in the Federal Government Urban policy housing plan, Belgium (2005-2006)
Feasibility study for the rehabilitation of vacant spaces above commercial premises into new housing in Mons, housing plan of the Federal Government Urban policy, Belgium (Avril 2006)