The next phase of the works of Sibelga takes place from 30 April to 6 July 2018 between the Passage du Nord and the intersection Rue Neuve/Rue Saint-Michel, at the Rue Saint-Michel numbers 13 to 29 and the Rue du Colombier numbers 1 and 2. In parallel, another team will work on the public lighting at the facades of the Rue du Finistère (a few days in May).
On Friday 27 April 2018, there are various activities on the De Wand market in Laeken: a 'Design your bag' workshop, a 'No waste' stand and a demonstration how to make handmade soap using the method of cold saponification.
With 784,783 paying visits last year, the Bains de Bruxelles association has registered a record number of swimmers and water sports fans for the 3 swimming pools of the City of Brussels (swimming pools of the Centre, Laeken and Neder-Over-Heembeek).
The City of Brussels, in collaboration with the energy advice platform Wikipower, launched a group purchase of natural gas and 100% green electricity in January 2018. This operation is aimed at all residents from Brussels and makes it possible to save up to 334 euros per year on the energy bill. Registrations are still possible till 30 April 2018.
The ACT'3 brochure for seniors is available on this website. The brochure contains activities for seniors by the City of Brussels. Booking is required.
'Brussels For All' is now called 'Handy.Brussels'. Its new website, also adapted to smartphone and tablet use, offers an accessibility guide of infrastructure and public spaces for people with reduced mobility.
'Smart' parking spaces are now available at the Rue Sainte-Catherine, the Rue Marie-Christine and the street along the Place du Grand Sablon. These 'Shop & Go' parking spaces give you the opportunity to quickly visit a shop because you can only park for free for up to 30 minutes.
During spring, summer and autumn lots of rummage sales and flea markets take place on the territory of the City of Brussels. These fairs and markets with second-hand goods in the centre and Laeken offer several bargains.