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The first stone of the Craetveld-Versailles project was laid on Thursday 29 March 2012. The project aims to build 17 houses and 14 underground parking spaces.
The building consists of 11 homes with a minimum of three bedrooms, ranging from 100 to 130m². A garden is at the centre of the housing block.
The sustainable building meets the requirements of the quality charter of the City around insulation and low energy consumption. Each apartment will have a double-flow ventilation system with heat recovery. Rainwater will be recovered as well for the bathroom and outside faucets. The roofs are extensive green roofs, with thermal and photovoltaic solar panels.
The project budget amounts to around 4,711,000 euro. The homes would be taken into use in March 2013.
The project is part of the 1000-housing-plan of the City. This plan allows the construction of 1,000 homes by the end of the legislature in 2012.
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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.