Town planning & housing

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Town planning

Rules in town planning allow to develop the city. A city-capital like Brussels has to be a good place for living and it has to allow finding housing easily.

The City of Brussels proposes on its website information on the rules of town planning and on the competent services.

It also supplies information on the search for housing and on the offer of the Municipal Property Management Agency in particular.




  • Simons-Antwerp project inaugurated

    Simons-Antwerp project inaugurated

    The 'Simons-Antwerp' project in the North quarter has been inaugurated officially on 9 September 2015. The project consists of several parts: 51 new apartments, a nursery and a consultation room for babies. The Héliport primary school was expanded within the project.

  • Town planning. Files submitted to public inquiry

    Town planning. Files submitted to public inquiry

    These files can be viewed at the Department of Planning.

  • Tax on urban decay changes

    Tax on urban decay changes

    The fight against 'city cancers', neglected buildings and empty floors above shops at the City of Brussels continues. The tax regulation on urban decay will change in 2010.