The City of Brussels is launching a call for 'expressions of interest' in supporting the creation of a separate access for residential properties on the floors of shops. This free help consists of making sketches and a financial analysis.
On Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 August 2019, an exhibition of antique cars will be held at the antique market of the Sablon.
Children between 6 and 18 years living in the City of Brussels may receive a financial contribution to their sport. The file must be submitted from 23 September to 3 October 2019.
From 12 August 2019, works will be carried out on the intersection of the Rue des Riches-Claires and the Rue des Teinturiers at the Boulevard Anspach. The works have to be ready by 26 September 2019.
Each week, between 100 and 200 m3 of waste is collected in the parks of the City of Brussels. With a simple habit change that number can easily be reduced. From now on, think of 'zero waste' if you feel like having a picnic, avoid disposable packaging and enjoy a waste-free park. Here are 7 tips for a picnic without waste.
A virtual visit (in 3D) is now possible at the Sewer Museum of the City of Brussels. The museum at the Porte d'Anderlecht invites visitors on an unusual journey through the sewers of the city.
The Marolles sustainable district contract provides for an operation called 'revaluation of public neighborhood spaces'. This project aims at financing the actions related to the animation, the revaluation, the activation and the appropriation of public spaces through a local participation procedure. Candidates must submit their application file(s) before 1 October 2019 at midnight.
The redevelopment of the following streets starts on 5 August 2019: Rue Auguste Orts, Place de la Bourse, Rue du Marché aux Poulets (between the Rue des Halles and the Boulevard Anspach), Rue des Pierres (between the Rue du Midi and the Boulevard Anspach).