David Weytsman

Alderman of Urban Revitalization and Citizen Participation.

"We must make of Brussels a pioneer city of citizen participation". For David Weytsman, the City can not do without the expertise of its inhabitants and workers. Taking into account the opinions of everyone, he wants to make the neighborhoods more beautiful, cleaner, safer.

Weytsman was born on 14 July 1981. This former basketball and rowing fan worked in the youth movements for 15 years. He holds a Master's Degree in European Economics and Management Engineering.

In 2006, he left the private sector to become a councilor, first in the office of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Didier Reynders, then with Charles Michel and also as deputy head of the office of the Minister of Mobility.

David Weytsman, former President of the Young MR of the Brussels Capital Region (2010-2014), is interested in Brussels' subjects, particularly mobility and economics. In 2012, he became municipal councilor and police board councilor at the City of Brussels. He also became president of public housing companies located in Neder-Over-Heembeek, Laeken, the European and the Louise-Roosevelt quarters. On 11 September 2017, he left all his mandates to devote himself fully to Citizen Participation and Urban Revitalization.

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