Coronavirus measures

The City of Brussels has taken several decisions in order to best respect the measures of the federal government in the fight against the coronavirus (Covid-19). More info: coronavirus measures by the City of Brussels.


Public inquiry and Consultation Committee

The special rules of disclosure (public inquiry and/or consultation committee) were made for diverse reasons, before the delivery of a planning, environmental or allotment permit, if the legislation requires it, and always before the adoption of a town planning regulation.

Coronavirus measures: the meetings of the Consultation Committees have been cancelled until further notice. Ongoing public inquiries are being finalized (but the Consultation Committee has been cancelled). New public inquiries will no longer be organized until further notice.

Please note: on 1 September 2019, a thorough reform came into force of the Brussels Planning Code (CoBAT - BWRO) and the Environmental Permit Ordinance (OPE - OMV). This reform made major changes to the procedures for the submission, handling, delivery and appeal of planning and environmental permits (certificates): reform of town planning legislation

The rules and procedures regarding the submission, handling, delivery and appeal of town planning permits and environmental permits (certificates) can be consulted on the websites of the Brussels Capital Region:


  • Board of Mayor and Aldermen
    Secretariat of the Consultation Committee
    Town Planning Departement
    Boulevard Anspach 6
    1000 Brussels

Orally, during the public inquiry, at:

  • Administrative Centre
    Boulevard Anspach 6
    1000 Brussels
    10th floor – office 10-00
    From Monday to Friday: between 9 am and noon
    On Wednesday: from 4 pm to 8 pm (only by appointment at 02 279 29 29)

Technical explanation of the file can be obtained at the same times, only by appointment: 02 279 29 29.

By e-mail:

Via the online form: