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New school and passive housing at the Rue de la Senne

The City of Brussels is building a new Dutch-language primary school at the Rue de la Senne (Zennestraat) 80-88 and 94 (good for 240 new pupils). The works are expected to end in the spring of 2022.

At the same time, the Property Management Agency is also building 15 new passive apartments on the site, as part of the Housing Plan: 3 with 3 bedrooms, 7 with 2 rooms, 2 with 1 bedroom and 3 studios managed by the Property Management. The residents share a large terrace on the school side with lots of greenery, from there a large staircase climbs to all individual entrances to the houses.

The design of the school and residential complex is based on an architectural competition. The total cost of this project amounts to 15,400,878.91 euros.

More info about the project:

Name for the school?

The City of Brussels is still looking for a name for the new Dutch-language school at the Rue de la Senne - Zennestraat. Submit your proposal via the form:

Yard?

Site preparations started on 30 November 2020. The demolition of the current buildings will start in January 2021. The works are expected to end in the spring of 2022.

More info about the yard:

New school and passive housing at the Rue de la Senne

Project Zennestraat

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Project Zennestraat

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Project Zennestraat

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Created on 08/12/2020 (modified on 29/01/2021)