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  • Brussels-Capital Region : zone tampon (60 mètres autour des sites Natura 2000 et réserves) à prendre en considération lors d'évaluation de la susceptibilité d'impact pour les évaluations des incidences. L’évaluation des incidences a pour but de vérifier la compatibilité d’une activité avec les objectifs de conservation des sites Natura 2000 et des réserves.

  • The objective of this study is to evaluate the conservation issues of the different types of habitats on the site (forest, meadow, urban vegetable garden) for the proper maintenance of bee biodiversity. The compatibility of the conservation objectives and the recreational development proposed by the management plan set up by Bruxelles environnement is also studied. Other management proposals are also made in order to favour all wild pollinators within the site.

  • Brussels-Capital Region : data on the nature and forest reserves in the Brussels-Capital Region . Official name of the reserve; date of the legal act identifying the reserve; type of reserve

  • Brussels-Capital Region: Sensitivity classes applicable to the soil state registry, defined according to the regional land use plan (2017) and according to the correspondence established in the decree of 29 March 2018. Soil pollution response standards are derived from this. The sensitivity class is to be adapted to 'special area' if the site under study is in a Natura 2000 area or in a drinking water catchment protection area. The dataset specifies whether the site is yes (t=true) or no (f=false) in such an area. There are 6 different sensitivity classes: (1) residential, (2) particular, (3) industrial, (4) ZFM and ZEMU, (5) ZIR, ZIRAD and RF, (6) other.

  • Brussels-Capital Region : This map shows the Health Impact Screening score for heat stress (0-8) in the Brussels Capital Region. It was produced as part of the 2020 study on the "Impact of 'Nature-Based Solutions' (NBS) on urban residents' exposure to air pollution, noise pollution or high temperatures - Overview of general knowledge and recommendations for the Brussels-Capital Region". This map is based on the maximum Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT) map of 24 August 2016. For the methodology used, see p.48. The study report (in dutch) is available at

  • Brussels-Capital Region : This flood hazard map identifies areas where flooding could occur due to stream overflow, runoff from rainwater, overflowing sewers or a temporary rise in the water table, even in places where no flooding has been observed until now. The absence of a flood hazard zone on the map does not guarantee that flooding will never occur as it does not take into account certain causes of flooding such as a local failure of the sewage network, etc. Please note that these maps have no regulatory value, they have been produced in accordance with the European Directive 2007/60/EC to determine the prevention and protection measures. The maximum scale is 1/10.000 as the modelled data are not representative on a larger scale.

  • Brussels-Capital Region : location of Brussels drinking water catchment drainage gallery operated by VIVAQUA. Each section of the drainage gallery is named. Classified as protection area 1 of water extraction (with the extraction wells).

  • Brussels-Capital Region: localization of the extraction wells for drinking water in Brussels, run by VIVAQUA. Ranked as protected area 1 of the water extractions (with the drainage gallery)