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PwC to relocate headquarters to Diegem

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Image: Rendering Assar Architects - Ghelamco



Accountancy and tax advisory firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has confirmed to our colleagues at L’Echo that by 2022 it is to relocate its headquarters. The choice is for a new building in Diegem, alongside the Van Der Valk hotel, and therefore virtually overlooking the airport. PwC is currently installed at Boulevard de la Woluwe 18, the large building complex visible towards the end of the boulevard when leaving Brussels, and which despite being constructed towards the end of the last century, is now considered ‘old’.

Read the full story in L'Echo (in French) written by Philippe Coulée.
17-01-2019


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