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Closing of counters on Friday 9 December 2022

Due to the move of the services of the City of Brussels, the counters of the former Administrative Centre (Boulevard Anspach 6 - 1000 Brussels) will close as early as Friday 9 December 2022. You can still request your documents online and on the External site MyBXL citizen portal, or make an appointment. Due to the move, the waiting time for a telephone answer may be temporarily longer as well.

 

Reform of town planning legislation

On 1 September 2019, a thorough reform will come into force of the Brussels Planning Code (CoBAT - BWRO) and the Environmental Permit Ordinance (OPE - OMV). This reform makes major changes to the procedures for the submission, handling, delivery and appeal of planning and environmental permits (certificates).

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

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The rules and procedures regarding the submission, handling, delivery and appeal of environmental permits (certificates) can be consulted on the website:

More info:

The City of Brussels no longer provides information prior to submitting an application for a town planning or allotment permit (certificate), nor about the applicable plans and regulations for a plot of land or real estate project.

General information on town planning regulations applicable in Brussels can be obtained via:

The BruGIS cartographic website also provides you with the latest urban development data for the entire Brussels Region:

Homegrade offers free guidance to private individuals with their renovation projects and with the preparation of their application for a planning permit without an architect:

Created on 23/08/2019 (modified on 08/10/2020)
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