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Member(s) of Government responsible for this response

Elke Van den Brandt
Minister of the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region, responsible for Mobility, Public works and Road Safety

Ans Persoons
Secretary of State of the Brussels-Capital Region, responsible for Urbanism and heritage, European and international relations, Foreign trade and Fire fighting and emergency medical assistance


We support parts of this proposal
and we can implement them.


An intelligent system is currently being deployed by Brussels Mobility. The (new) lights have been specially selected for their serviceability and wide availability of spare parts. Any citizen can report a breakdown on Fixmystreet. This is followed up in real time.

An inventory and accurate follow-up of maintenance will soon be facilitated by a global asset management system for all Brussels Mobility assets.

The Brussels Capital Region recently set up a joint venture with Sibelga (intermunicipal lighting company) and provided a substantial budget to develop the permanent lighting of exceptional art nouveau buildings in Brussels. In a first phase, 5 exceptional art-nouveau buildings (Horta House, Maison Hannon, Hotel Solvay, Hotel Van Eetvelde and Cauchie House) were selected and 3 lighting design firms were contracted to develop these 5 projects. The lighting test is in progress and the first illuminations will be ready starting this year. This new collaboration between the Region and Sibelga is an important step forward to create high-quality lighting projects, implement the existing Regional Lighting Plan and make Brussels a beautiful city.