Works had started in August 2021 and were halted in April 2022 in execution of the ruling of the Conseil d’Etat/Raad Van State to suspend the permit (except for limited interventions to ensure safety and stability on site and for the neighourhoud).
After the suspension, all parties involved immediately took the initiative to address the situation in order to avoid an urban wasteland and very lengthy procedures with long term negative consequences for the Brussels city centre.
“Even if we regret the situation caused by this suspension, our teams are putting extensive work into finding a creative solution that will turn this challenge into the remarkable project we always envisioned for this exceptional location.” says Jacques Lefèvre, CEO BPI Real Estate.
Consultations with different stakeholders are taking place to come as quickly as possible with an adapted design for the project.
“We do regret this situation. However we see this as an opportunity to learn from this experience. We are convinced that an open and constructive dialogue with all stakeholders involved will deliver positive solutions for the city, its residents and all of its users.” says Adel Yahia, Managing Director Immobel Belgium.
Our after-sales service assists you, once the keys to your apartment have been handed over, in dealing with the actions of the company tasked with remedying any defects identified during the deliveries.