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PUL on the move again
An architectural competition whose results were announced during the summer may see the ‘Projet Urbain Loi’ beginning to move after having been at the planning stage for many years. Rafael De La-Hoz Arquitectos & Perkins+Will UK Limited were named as the winners of a competition for ‘Loi 130’. Loi 130 is a European Commission project to create a new public ...
| 09-09-19


Atenor on growth path
In presenting its half year results yesterday (post-tax profit up by over 10%) Atenor as usual took the opportunity to give an update on its property portfolio. It also reconfirmed its 5 year growth plan, which is to become more visible as an international urban developer, and to give priority to organic growth. It wishes in particular to increase ...
| 06-09-19


Xior moves into Namur
The emergence of specialised players in niche markets has been further demonstrated by a transaction in Namur. During the summer Belgian real estate investment trust Xior Student Housing, specialised in student housing in Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain and Portugal, announced that it had concluded an agreement for the development of a new student complex including at least 206 units ...
| 05-09-19


Full programme at new look Realty
Just over two weeks before the opening of the new look Realty, organisers Easyfairs have confirmed the programme for the two day event. This year, Realty has moved from its traditional home at Tour & Taxis to a new venue – the Casino at Knokke-Heist on the Belgian coast, and it features a new approach.

Along with the exhibitors’ stands, ...
| 03-09-19


Public participation in urban development
The voice of the people is becoming louder and attracting more attention in a wide range of domains, these days, and not only in politics. During the recent Mipim Proptech exhibition (photo), a presentation suggested that this phenomenon might also be making an entry into residential and urban property development and city life. Entitled ‘Participative programming of the built environment’, ...
| 02-09-19


The wide role of the Bouwmeester
As a demonstration of the comprehensive nature of the mission of the Bouwmeester, one of the recent calls for tender involves a mission which is aimed at safety and not simply at creating a new building or complex. The Region, via the Bouwmeester, indicate that it was looking for a team to redesign the forecourt of a school (Klavertje Vier ...
| 30-08-19


Citygate II on the rails
One of the most ambitious mixed use projects yet to be seen in Brussels saw a step forward in its development this morning. Joint project managers SLRB (the social housing agency) and regional development agency SDRB announced the winning architects, the timing and the configuration of CityGate II, located in the Petite Ile district of Anderlecht. This district is ...
| 29-08-19



Real Estate consultant CBRE has produced figures for the second quarter of the year in the Brussels office market. It calculates that 97,300 m² of office letting and sales transactions were signed in the Brussels market in Q2 2019. Combined with the strong activity from the first quarter, the first half of 2019 has seen excellent take-up of 330,200 ...
| 28-08-19


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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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