What's going on?
The Dansaert Dreams Whitepaper is almost finished!
The book we promised you with all your dreams and suggestions is almost ready. We have gathered 100 ideas during the three pop-up events and through the website. We would like to thank you and keep an eye out for when it is finished. (There will also be a petition for everyone to sign so they can make these dreams a reality)
K A Z A R - vintage & more
Kazar's Circular dream: “Bringing new life to vintage furniture and design items. Fewer cars and more space to stroll along the many independent quality shops in the area. Did you know Downtown Dansaert (and more specifically the Rue Leon Lepagestraat & Marché aux Porcs/Varkensmarkt) contains many ‘circular’ top vintage boutiques (clothing, interior, books…)? Come by, have a walk in the area and pay us a visit! ”
The neighbourhood leading a green energy revolution
An ambitious target of using hydrogen to partly power homes in the UK within three years has been set by the National Grid, the BBC has learned. On the east coast of Scotland, a small neighbourhood is playing a key role in this energy revolution.
Labelchic - Natural beauty store and meditative facial treatments
My Circular dream: “To be not only sustainable but deeply regenerative for the planet, for women, for my city. To give back as much as I can (products or time with special action to charities) and have an important social dimension. To be a company with a strong eco vision and sustainable mission at the core of everything we do is of paramount importance for us.”
This is the plan for a car-free Vijfhoek
It took a while, but now it is finished: the circulation plan to keep through traffic out of the Vijfhoek. The new traffic plan is a compromise between the accessibility of the centre and the desire to ban superfluous cars. En passant, numerous small pedestrian zones are created. "This has a revolutionary side." - KRIS HENDRICKX © BRUZZ
Docking stations for e-scooters
E-scooters: they are perhaps one of the most divisive phenomena in urban mobility of the past few years. Proponents consider the electric scooter to have revolutionized transport in cities, while opponents consider them to be unsustainable and chaotic.
Brussels Mobility to create 10,000m2 of green space this year
Did you know urban green spaces can, besides their ecological benefits, reduce mortality and improve social cohesion? That’s why we’re happy to hear Brussels Mobility plans to create 10,000m2 of green space this year!