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Three new municipalities join MyPermit Environment, strengthening its presence in the Brussels-Capital Region

In close collaboration with Brussels Environment, Paradigm is rolling out version 1.13.0 of MyPermit Environment, marking a significant milestone with the integration of three new municipalities: Bruxelles-Ville, Ganshoren, and Saint-Josse-ten-Noode. This brings the total number of Brussels municipalities using this innovative platform up to twelve.

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External linkMyPermit Environment stands out for its ability to simplify the administrative procedure for environmental permit applications in the Brussels-Capital Region. Designed to adapt to users' specific needs, this dynamic platform guides users through each step of the process, requesting only relevant information and providing contextual assistance by means of integrated guides and documents.

The fruit of a partnership between Paradigm, the Brussels Region's digital skills orchestrator, and Bruxelles Environment, the recent update of MyPermit Environment introduces new functionalities and extends its scope by integrating three new municipalities: Bruxelles-Ville, Ganshoren, and Saint-Josse-ten-Noode. They join the nine municipalities already using the platform: Auderghem, Berchem-Sainte-Agathe (pilot), Etterbeek, Forest, Saint-Gilles, Schaerbeek (pilot), Uccle (pilot), Watermael-Boitsfort (pilot) and Woluwe-Saint-Pierre.

In addition to simplifying administrative procedures, MyPermit Environment provides advanced features such as an easy search for classified facilities to determine the permit class and documents required, and interactive mapping to select relevant plots of land and access information on ground and Natura 2000 zones. The project is part of Europe'sExternal link NextGenerationEU stimulus plan, which aims to modernise and simplify administrative procedures for citizens and businesses.

Working hand-in-hand with Bruxelles Environment, Paradigm is currently developing MyPermit Environment, with the aim of bringing all 19 Brussels municipalities on board by the end of 2024.