The need for a terrace policy

All public space in the centre of the city is shared, and that makes Brussels lively. But balance is key: there is such a thing as too many terraces. When space is left open to the interpretation of citizens, such as in the St. Catherine's Square or around the Anspach fountain, that is beautiful too. The City should look more closely at applications to install terraces, to leave enough ‘free’ space where citizens can hang out without being forced to buy drinks/eat food