This website received the AnySurfer label, a quality mark for accessible websites in Belgium. For more information, please visit www.anysurfer.be.

  • 25°C Partly cloudy

Agenda 21 of the City of Brussels

The City and the Public Welfare Centre of Brussels are, since 1994, pioneers in taking commitments and concrete measures in favour of sustainable development: the Local Agenda 21, adopted in 2008, was one of the first in Belgium.

Agenda 21 © La Page, Damien Rocour (click to zoom) That plan, reorganized around 5 goals and spread over 22 areas of intervention, includes the priorities of sustainable development. It defines a code of conduct for municipal employees, local government and the users and citizens of the City and the Public Welfare Centre (CPAS - OCMW).

The five main objectives are related to the Municipal Development Plan:

The actions of the Agenda 21 are subjected to periodic evaluation and may thus evolve in the course of time, both in their number and in their reach.

Evaluation

Since 2011, the action plan is being evaluated each year.

An explanatory brochure

The City and the Public Welfare Centre made an explanatory brochure for the inhabitants on sustainable development in general and on the Local Agenda 21 of the City of Brussels in particular. This brochure is only available in Dutch and French. You can download it here:

Practical information

Coordination of the Local Agenda 21
Administrative centre
Boulevard Anspach 6
1000 Brussels

Tel. : 02 279 44 53
Fax : 02 279 20 53
Opening hours : by appointment only
Telephone hours : from Monday to Friday, from 8 am to 4 pm

Top of page

Enter the city

Disrupted access to the Administrative Centre

On 29 and 30 September and 1 October 2014, the Population and Identity Cards services (2nd floor of the Administrative Centre) will be exceptionally closed due to works.

Disrupted access to the Administrative Centre