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Brussels Regional Public Service

Brussels Regional Public Service is the main institution through which the Brussels Government pursues its policy.
Brussels Regional Public Service (BRPS) is the main institution through which the Brussels Government pursues its policy.


Who are we

The BRPS prepares and executes regional policy in a coherent, efficient and transparent way to guarantee high-quality service to Brussels citizens and businesses in a context of sustainable development and respect for public service values.

The general tasks of the Brussels Regional Public Service are as follows:
 

  • Promoting economic development and job creation
  • Developing the public space and managing mobility and built heritage facilities
  • Guiding the development of the territory by means of urban planning, good quality housing, urban renewal and protection of architectural heritage
  • Managing public funds and collecting regional taxes
  • Organising, advising, monitoring and financing the local authorities
  • Providing effective representation of the BRPS in national, European and international bodies and integrating the role of Brussels as the capital of Europe
  • Coordinating the actions of the administrations and assisting them on the basis of an appropriate human resources policy in an infrastructure of good quality
     

The administrations of the Ministry of the Brussels-Capital Region
The Ministry is organised into six separate administrations:
 

News

  • Brussels Urban Planning & Heritage
    Brussels Urban Planning & Heritage was created on 6 July 2017 as an administration independent from the Brussels Regional Public Service.
    Want to know more? Go to developpement-urbain.brussels (FR/NL).
  • Call for projects for accredited Civil society organisations 2017
    Brussels International, together with Brussels Environment, are launching a call for projects for Civil society organisations that are accredited by the Directorate-general for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid (DGD) of the Federal Public Service for Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation.
    This call is open until 28 June 2017.
    More information about the call for projects
  • Brussels Taxation
    As of 1 January 2017, tax matters are treated by the Brussels Regional Public Service Taxation.
    For more information: fiscalite.brussels (FR/NL).

Contact :

Brussels Regional Public Service
Boulevard du Jardin Botanique 20, 1035 Brussels
Phone: + 32 (0)2 204 21 11 (reception)
Email: info@sprb.brussels