Registering with a municipality is always a compulsory formality for newcomers; furthermore, it must be done within a fixed period of time, depending on the duration of your stay. An administrative detail? Not really, because if you do not respect this time period, you risk certain penalties. The Expat Welcome Desk explains.
Would you like to rent out your apartment or part of it, either independently or via a site such as Airbnb? A new regulation in Brussels stipulates that all tourist accommodation must be registered beforehand and monitored.
The activity report 2015 of the Brussels Commissioner's Office aims to illustrate achievements during this first year of operation. It also presages the importance of this mission that the Brussels government has given us; a mission that we have seized enthusiastically and hopefully effectively.
Can I park here? Should I use my parking disc? For how long can I stay? Parking signs are not always clear and it’s all too easy to get a fine! The Expat Welcome Desk explains the basic rules you should follow…
It’s not always easy to find the flat or house rental of your dreams! What are your important criteria? What are the pitfalls? And what type of lease should you sign? The Expat Welcome Desk has prepared a checklist for you.
The Brussels Capital-Region is pleased to present you the publication ‘Brussels-Europe, the figures 2016’. This brochure proves that Brussels truly is the Capital of 500 million Europeans and also instantly shows why this is so important for the Belgian capital.
What are the major changes from 1st January 2016 for residents of the Brussels-Capital Region? The €89 regional tax disappears, energy subsidies are modified, the service voucher system is regionalised, and more... Read more!