“During the first lockdown period, we tested digital solutions. We have optimised our platform, and are now ready to roll it out step by step. We start with the public projects granted by the Brussels Capital Region. After this first step, other will follow in the coming months.
By focusing on digitisation and automation, we can make urban planning procedures fast, efficient and qualitative. With this MyPermits.brussels platform we now have an efficient tool to achieve that,” says Pascal Smet, Secretary of State for Urbanism and Heritage.