The Brussels-Capital Region wishes to mobilise all actors – the authorities, citizens and businesses – around a shared vision:
‘In 2030, the Brussels-Capital Region will be an attractive and sustainable urban space which offers everyone a pleasant living environment that is conducive to community life. Public space will be regarded as a common good and urban cleanliness will have become a regional cause that has been taken up by all actors at their different levels: public bodies, the city’s users (residents, workers, tourists, etc.) and the private sector.
The actors will work together in an open system with a collaborative and flexible governance structure, enabling everyone to make effective and innovative contributions. Coordination at the regional level will make it possible to follow a common strategy, to ensure that the measures undertaken at all levels are coherent, to pool resources, to implement collective action and to evaluate the results obtained.’