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50-year old INGENIUM reviews role
Bruges-based family engineering bureau Ingenium is 50 years old. Its role on the market is to help architects and developers construct buildings which are comfortable, sustainable and safe. The company is well aware, however, and as CEO Nicolas Vyncke (photo) says, that the construction trade is constantly evolving, and that what goes today, might not do so tomorrow. Quoted ...
| 17-10-18


Mapic ponders digital era
Mapic, the retail property equivalent of Mipim organised by Reed Midem, opens its doors in Cannes on November 14th for 3 days. The main topic this year is the phenomenon of the mutation of the market, and in particular physical retailing in the digital era. The way shops will have to reinvent themselves if they are to continue to attract ...
| 17-10-18


GYPROC expands its activities and wishes to reposition itself on the market
Gyproc, well-known for its manufacture of house-building materials such as panels for walls and ceilings, has decided to expand its activities and in particular to reposition itself on the market. Gyproc believes that the Belgian construction market has fine days in front of it. The latest move sees one of the worlds largest suppliers of construction materials, St. Gobain, ...
| 16-10-18


Persgroep sells its 5 hectares of land with 9,000 m2 of offices to WDP
As reported by Trends/Knack and De Tijd, the Persgroep has sold its site in Kobbegem to logistics operator WDP for 13 million Euros. The site occupies a total surface area of 5 hectares and has a constructed area of over 9,000m and substantial car parking. Persgroep is moving its operations to Antwerp. The publications go on to say that against ...
| 16-10-18


End of the road for UPLACE?
What is being described as a fatal blow for the Uplace project at Machelen alongside the Brussels Ring, was dealt a few days ago. The Flemish administration has annulled the planning permit for the complex. The Uplace project has been controversial since its inception, and has been the subject of appeals and counter-appeals, permits granted and then cancelled its proximity ...
| 15-10-18


Au 'Fil de l'eau' back on track
One of the on-going retail park sagas appears to be a step closer to coming into being. The City Mall project in Verviers named 'Au Fil de l' Eau' had been blocked by a refusal on the part of the authorities to grant the socio-economic permit. Now however, a higher authority, in the person of Walloon region Minister for ...
| 11-10-18


New CEO for HIB
Following the departure of Sophie Lambrighs as CEO (and the later departure of Jean-Luc Colson as CFO), Home Invest Belgium is now announcing a new arrival. The company has said that it has appointed Sven Janssens as future Chief Executive Officer. Janssens (46) will join the company on December 3rd, 2018. The Board of Directors has also decided to ...
| 10-10-18


Disruptive 'Le Pesage' restaurant opens at Drohme
The latest episode in the rehabilitation of the racecourse domain Drohme at Boitsfort has just taken place. The former weighing room, (or Pesage in French) has just opened under that name. The building had been more or less abandoned for the past 25 years, during which time interior equipment such as the massive weighing scales, disappeared. The original building ...
| 08-10-18


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Realty, Belgiums Real Estate Summit, will be the place where you gain inside expertise from world class experts.
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19-09-19 - 20-09-19
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Following the success of the 2019 edition, Management Producties has announced that its Circulair Real Estate event will take place again this year, on November 7th in Antwerp.
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07-11-19
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