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District contracts are made for the revaluation of certain neighborhoods. Neighborhoods with a contract are given the necessary resources for these actions, that happen in cooperation with the inhabitants.
The Brussels Capital Region generates a list of districts eligible for this program. During the whole process, the participation of the inhabitants is important.
Several districts of Brussels enjoy these programs with a duration of 4 years.
There are currently 2 district contracts:
Two district contarct are in the yard phase:
Archives of the district contracts:
Map of the district contracts at the City of Brussels:
In the context of the Bockstael sustainable district contract, the City of Brussels is launching a call for projects for the design, production and implementation of an artwork for the Place Bockstael in Laeken. An amount of 144,000 euros (excluding VAT) is available.
The sustainable district contract Jonction is a four year program for urban revitalization to improve the living environment of the Jonction quarter. One of the socio-economic activities of the program is a call for citizen initiatives (2015-2018) which supports small-scale local actions.
In the context of the sustainable district contract Bockstael, a call for citizen initiatives is launched each year (2014-2017). The grants range from 500 to 5,000 euros to support civic projects. The deadline for the submission of the initiatives is 5 December 2016.
On Sunday 9 October, 13 November and 11 December 2016, from 11 am, at the former station of Laeken.
From 21 October to 19 November 2016 in the Library of Laeken. In French.