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.

 

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Reopening of the Mont-de-Piété

Reopening of the Mont-de-Piété

The Mont-de-Piété opens again on Tuesday 5 May 2020, after 6 weeks of closure. The service offers citizens the opportunity to obtain a loan in exchange for the deposit of a valuable object. You give it in pledge and take it back after payment of the loan amount.

City centre becomes residential area

City centre becomes residential area

From 11 May 2020, the entire Pentagon (city centre) will become a residential area. This temporary measure should make it easier to respect social distancing and keep a distance of 1.5 m between people.

Urban blocks research for Laeken

Urban blocks research for Laeken

The City of Brussels, together with the 'Bouwmeester - Maître Architecte', is launching an urban design study on the urban blocks in Laeken. The study must map the existing situation and help the City to better assess and steer future housing densification projects.

Help for tenants and traders of the Property Management and CPAS

Help for tenants and traders of the Property Management and CPAS

The Property Management Agency (Régie Foncière) and the Public Welfare Centre (CPAS-OCMW) of the City of Brussels are helping their tenants (traders and residential) during this difficult period of the coronavirus (Covid-19). For example, there will be various measures such as exemption from rent and allowances. An overview of the emergency plan.

Research on the upper and lower town connection

Research on the upper and lower town connection

The City of Brussels launches a study to draw up a master plan which rethinks the public space around the North-South connection. The goal is to better connect the upper and lower city.

Recognition of a historic lift

Recognition of a historic lift

Lifts (elevators) from before 1958 must meet current safety standards. Owners must take appropriate steps to be in order by 31 December 2022.

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