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From 16 January 2017, new rules will be applied for pictures on passports, the kids-ID, the electronic ID cards for Belgians and residence permits for foreigners. The standards for passports will then be applied for ID cards as well.
The January, February and March issue of Flashke, the newsletter of the Community Centres, is available on www.brussels.be. The newsletter is only available in Dutch and French.
Traders in the City of Brussels get 15 exceptions each year to the mandatory weekly rest day. The distribution over the various periods, imposed by the City, varies by commercial quarter.
The Particular Zoning Plans (PPAS-BBP) of the City of Brussels are now available online per quarter via ppas.bruxelles.be. These zoning plans are presented with the number of the plan, the name, the prescriptions... The documents (in Dutch and French only) can be browsed, downloaded and shared.