Urban is the public service that supports the territorial development of the entire Brussels region in the areas of urban planning, cultural heritage and urban revitalisation.
You will be discovering Urban's second year report, about the year 2019, in a rather special context.
The BruGIS site has added on new layers of urbanistic information, valuable for professionals as well as every Brussels citizen.
Setting up of a working group
Urban invites you to the archiweek of October 10-11, 2020, the days of architecture which opens the doors to contemporary architecture in the Brussels Region.
As a result of the emergency measures adopted by the Federal State to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), on 2 April 2020, the Brussels-Capital Region Government adopted Emergency Decree no. 2020/001 on the temporary suspension of the limitation and appeal periods and all time limits where the expiry has a legal effect laid down in the Brussels legislation and regulations or introduced pursuant thereto.
The federal government has announced that it is asking everyone to take the necessary measures to contain the spread and proliferation of coronavirus. urban.brussels is doing its utmost to follow these instructions as closely as possible. We remain available and are continuing to support you with your administrative processes:
Want to (re)discover the Urban International Symposium "Concrete & sustainability. History - restoration - prospective" dedicated to concrete and held in October 2019 in collaboration with the CIVA? Watch on YouTube.
The Urbanism Directorate can provide you with information on town planning procedures, legal news and urban development.
The Cultural Heritage Directorate implements regional heritage conservation policy.
The Urban Renovation Directorate aims to fight cankers and repair the urban fabric.
Urban.brussels was created from the merger of the Brussels urban planning and heritage administrations. Its main objective is to support the sustainable territorial development of the Region.
Urban.brussels implements regional policy in terms of urban planning, cultural heritage and management of operational programmes for urban regeneration.
Urban.brussels carries out missions relating to grants for the renovation and embellishment of facades as well as legal advice, in particular the reform of the CoBAT.
Drawing on significant internal expertise, Urban.brussels plays a central role in raising public awareness of the fact that we are building the city of the future today.