Authorisation to occupy a fairground site
A fair is any event created or authorised in advance by the City, grouping together, in specific places and at specific times, operators of fairground attractions or fairground food establishments, who sell services and products to the consumer on that site.
A fairground activity is any sale, offer for sale or display with a view to the sale of services to the consumer in connection with the operation of fairground attractions or fairground food establishments.
This mainly applies to the fairs in Brussels, Laeken, Neder-Over-Heembeek, as well as neighbourhood fairs and similar events.
Fairground operators can apply for a five-year contract for a site or apply on a case-by-case basis for vacant spaces.
Sites are allocated by subscription via a renewable five-year contract. If you wish to apply for a subscription, calls for candidates are regularly published by the City of Brussels on Street trade of the City of Brussels.
- Be in possession of an employer's street trader card
- Other conditions: see regulations
Via the call for applications, published on the City's website.
- By e-mail: email@example.com
- By appointment at the counter of the Administrative Centre of the City of Brussels, to be made calling 02 279 25 30
See call for applications
The fees for the various sites are set out in Annex 3 (PDF, 766.42 KB) of the municipal regulations relating to the exercise and organisation of street trading activities in the public domain of the City of Brussels.
- Regulations for fairs (PDF)
- Annexes to the regulations (PDF)