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Urban farms for sustainable development in cities

The city of Brussels, ranked 9th in the ‘European Green City Index’ is seeing the emergence of several urban development initiatives. Last November, the then Brussels Minister for the Environment Evelyne Huytebroeck laid the first brick for a 3,000 m˛ urban farm to be established on the roof of the new food hall at Anderlecht. This urban farm forms part of the development and repositioning project for the Cureghem abattoirs, being developed by site owner Abatan. This project, partially financed by the Brussels Capital region and the FEDER European fund, includes the creation of a logistics platform for urban distribution, designed to rationalise the distribution of merchandise in Brussels from the TIR centre by using non-polluting vehicles.



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 | 09/09/2014


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