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Contacts

 

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CEO and the Friends of the Countryside Team

CEO & Secretary General

Thierry de l’ESCAILLE  thierry.delescaille[@]elo.org

FCS Coordinator

Jehanne de DORLODOT VERHAEGEN  coordination[@]elo.org

FCS Events Coordinator & Welcoming Estates Website

Sophy SMITS VAN OYEN – MALTZOFF events[@]elo.org

FCS Coordinator for Spain and Portugal

José Mª GÓMEZ-ACEBO ROSAS jose.gomezacebo[@]elo.org

YFCS Secretary-General and Famigro Coordinator

Alberto HERMOSEL elo[@]elo.org

Brussels Office

Director of Business Development

Anne MARCHADIER  anne.marchadier[@]elo.org

Director of Scientific, Research and Specific Programs

Jurgen TACK  jurgen.tack[@]elo.org

Director of Legal Affairs & Projects

Marie-Alice BUDNIOK  legal[@]elo.org

Director of Parliament Relations

Delphine DUPEUX delphine.dupeux[@]elo.org

Special Advisor

Alain SCRIBAN   alain.scriban[@]elo.org

Advisor, Wildlife Estates Label, Natura 2000

Konstantin KOSTOPOULOS  konstantin.kostopoulos[@]elo.org

Departments

Accountancy

Gina Valeria POP accounting[@]elo.org

Policies

Ana ROCHA ana.rocha[@]elo.org

Niall CURLEY niall.curley[@]elo.org

Danaé STEISEL danae.steisel[@]elo.org

Services

Anders WALL Award

Ana ROCHA ana.rocha[@]elo.org

European Bee Award

Athéna LEFEBVRE communication[@]elo.org

European Tree of the Year Award

Josef JARY  josef.jary[@]elo.org

Publications, Countryside Magazine, Chief Editor

Emmanuelle MIKOSZ emmanuelle.mikosz[@]elo.org

RISE Foundation

Janez POTOČNIK janez.potocnik[@]risefoundation.eu

Soil and Land Management Award

Emmanuelle MIKOSZ emmanuelle.mikosz[@]elo.org

Wildlife Estates Label, Natura 2000

José Mª GOMEZ-ACEBO ROSAS  wildlife[@]elo.org

Welcoming Estates Website – WEW

Sophy SMITS VAN OYEN – MALTZOFF events[@]elo.org

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Access to FCS Brussels Office

By train
The ELO offices are located less than 2 minutes on foot from the Schuman railway station. The train is certainly the best way to arrive in the city center and the EU institutions. Brussels is furthermore served by a large railway network, from which the main lines come from Liège, Lille, Namur, Antwerp, Cologne, London, Paris and Luxembourg.

Taxis are also available in front of the stations, in case you have to reach an hotel or a place outside the city center.

By car
If you arrive with your own car, you can leave it in the underground paying carpark whose entry is located on the left on the Rue de la Loi / Wetstraat, just before the crossroads with the Rue de Trèves. Normally it is difficult to find a parking space near our offices.
For complete journey planning (timetable and fares) visit the belgian national railways web site (SNCB).

By subway
Find here a complete map of the Brussels subway. The one-way ticket gives you the right to travel.

By plane
If you arrive at Brussels International Airport (Zaventem), follow the signs to the train station. There is a direct train to Brussels Schumann. From there it is a 5 minute walk to the office.

Take any train to Brussels Central station, and there take the subway to the subway on line 1B to Stockel/Stokkel or 1A to Hermann-Debroux, and get off at the Maelbeek station.

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