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Permits granted in 2018 and 2019 – the real situation by perspective.brussels
While there is much speculation and not a little frustration when it comes to the administrative process which surrounds real estate development in Brussels, there has as yet been no precise record of what is actually taking place on the ground. With the emphasis on charts and figures rather than words, perspective.brussels has drawn up an analysis of ...
| 10-01-21

Major redevelopment in Esch-sur-Alzette
Another major development has been announced in the Luxembourg town of Esch-sur-Alzette. The former Lankelz site is to be transformed into a mixed project under the name of Perspectiv’, and will amount to no less than 68,000 m² of surface area. The developers are Brussels-based Atenor with Tracol Immobilier, whose offices are located in Esch-sur-Alzette.

The site already ...
| 05-01-21

'Lioncity' project to be developed by Citydev.brussels in Molenbeek
It was some months ago that the redevelopment of the historic Delhaize site in Molenbeek was announced. It will be recalled that Delhaize had expressed its intention to relocate its support services from Molenbeek to Zellik, where its distribution centre is situated. Over the past few days, more news has emerged to shed further light on the future ...
| 21-12-20

Walloon reconversion projects move forward
Earlier this year the Walloon government announced its intention to rehabilitate abandoned or unused industrial sites. These in particular included the Carsid site at Charleroi (108 hectares)e and the Arcelor Mittal premises in the Ličge region (282 hectares at Chertal and Seraing). Further sites at Marchin and La Louvičre are to join the list. The entire programme aims ...
| 17-12-20

Across from Belval, the transformation of the brownfield RoutLėns is taking shape
The red soils of the South of Luxembourg from which iron ore was mined were a bridgehead of the steelmaking industry right up to the 1970’s. Since then, most of the sites have been at a standstill. They became industrial eyesores. One of them, the RoutLėns site (the ‘Red Lentil’), has been acquired by Luxembourg real estate developer IKO ...
| 03-12-20

Region to acquire Abattoirs?
The Brussels Region is reported to be in discussions with the commune of Anderlecht and the Urban Planning Society (SAU) for the purchase of the site of the abattoirs in Anderlecht. This would also give the Region partial ownership of the abattoirs themselves. Quoted by a number of sources, Anderlecht mayor Fabrice Cumps : “We have had a meeting ...
| 30-10-20

Vast regeneration project for Gembloux
Another Belgian town is preparing for a vast new district project. A site of just under 17 hectares located close to the station in Gembloux, has received preliminary authorisation (as an urban conversion site or PRU) from Walloon Minister-President Willy Borsus.

This site is set to see the construction of 1,200 residential units and 26,000 square metres of services (cafes, ...
| 27-10-20

Regenerate the Belgrade district around Namur
A project to regenerate the Belgrade district at the north-west entry to Namur is progressing further. Namur-based developer Actibel has made it known that it is intending to lodge a permit request for phase one of the works at the end of the first quarter of 2021. This will be for the construction of 75 residential units, 3,300 m² ...
| 16-10-20

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