The SAU: Brussels’ territorial development coordinator
The Urban Development Corporation (sau-msi.brussels) of the Brussels-Capital Region is responsible for carrying out major urban development projects in Brussels and constructing public facilities of regional significance.
The Urban Development Corporation of the Brussels-Capital Region (sau-msi.brussels) is a key public tool for urban development in Brussels.
It is responsible for carrying out major urban development projects and constructing public facilities of regional significance to meet the needs and aspirations of Brussels’ population.
The SAU steers each project according to its specific characteristics, in order to bring it to completion for the benefit of the region’s inhabitants, businesses and visitors.
It carries out its role as project coordinator by orchestrating the actions of different public or private partners and by carrying out complex projects of its own.
Acting as a reliable and solid partner to all the public- and/or private-sector stakeholders involved, the SAU supports them effectively throughout the various processes until their completion.
Unlike the individual sectoral partners, the SAU assumes ultimate responsibility for implementing an overall vision in these multi-stakeholder projects.
Its work involves a huge array of districts, sites, buildings, functions, stakeholders, target groups and methods. In response, it has developed a multi-stakeholder partnership approach based on values such as expertise, listening, understanding, flexibility, transparency, integrity and the search for excellence for optimal achievement of ambitious collective goals.