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This three-hour coach tour helps participants understand the issues around these changes from the residents’ point of view and offers some unexpected panoramic views of the city
Molenbeek: place of welcome
This guided tour shows where their migrant journeys ended and shows the historical importance of places of exchange and socialisation in one of the most iconic districts of the Moroccan presence in Brussels
New life for offices: from the Belgacom building to the CGER
Proposals for converting large office blocks are becoming more common and raise many questions about what to do with these buildings inherited from the period between 1960 and 1980
Proposed housing along the canal: from the demolition of large blocks to new towers
Unappreciated and derelict for many years, the area along the canal has recently become the centre of attention.
Free access to heritage buildings: from Brussels-Congress station to the Saint-Josse baths
Maintaining or converting buildings that are open to the public presents very specific challenges.
The Stalingrad-Lemonnier district: everything must go?
ARAU thus offers a reminder of the district’s rich history and is meeting places, so as to better understand the battle being fought today by its residents.
How to save industrial heritage
Industry had long been the principal economic activity of Brussels before its decline from the 1970s onwards in favour of office-based services.
Transformation of the city centre: tourists before residents?
Much ink has been spilled since the project to pedestrianise the central boulevards was launched in 2014, mostly on the subject of mobility.