Ten bike-counting machines will be operational on some of Brussels' busiest cycle paths by next spring to provide a better picture of the number of cyclists in the city.
Recyclart will find out before Christmas whether it has to leave the premises of Brussels-Chapel station because of fire regulations.
The renewal of the cultural centre's rental agreement is dependent on a list of fire safety improvements being made to the station building.
Belgium is considering a ban from 2035 on the sale of oil boilers, which still account for a third of all heating in Belgian homes.
Caroline Pauwels, the rector of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) has been named Brusseles van’t joêr, or Brusselaar of the Year. The title is bestowed annually by be.brusseleir, which works to promote the Brussels dialect.
Next weekend in Saint-Gilles a new ice skating rink is set to open – without ice. The new winter attraction on Place de Bethléem, a few blocks from South Station, uses a slippery synthetic material that is more sustainable than maintaining ice.
A protest will take place this Thursday at 18.00 in front of the Iranian Embassy in Brussels against the death sentence handed down to Ahmadreza Djalali last month in Iran.