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  • Master Development Plan (MDP) project of the "Gare du Midi area", Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

  • Commissioned by Brussels Environment, BovaEnviro+ went in search of innovative inspection technologies and techniques to assist environmental monitoring officers, or inspectors, in carrying out their inspections. The report includes: an inventory of the information and concerns of the inspectors regarding the project; an overview of the technologies and techniques used in Belgium - outside Brussels - and in other European countries (France, the Netherlands and Germany); an assessment of the advantages/disadvantages (limitations) of the selected technologies and techniques; and an overview of the costs of the technologies and techniques and an inventory of potential suppliers. The study was split into three issues: - issue 1: air quality, climate and emissions of air pollutants ; - issue 2: noise and vibration ; - issue 3: surface waters.

  • Study to analyse all available data on school mobility and draw conclusions on the functioning of School Travel Plans: what works well, what could be improved? The study produced interesting data analyses and useful recommendations that have since been put into practice.

  • This study first characterises the current heat and cooling needs in the Brussels-Capital Region as well as the evolution of these needs until 2050. A mapping of these needs is then presented, as well as a visualisation of the main existing heat sources in the Brussels-Capital Region. The technical and economic potential of cogeneration is then calculated. Finally, the study compares the different solutions for meeting heat needs, including the distribution of heat in thermal energy networks.

  • The land of La Sauvagère was once part of the Forêt de Soignes. It was sold to the Société Générale at the same time as the Forest, it was sold and then cleared from 1831-33. At the beginning of the 20th century, Albert Blieck, an industrialist in Molenbeek, had a villa built there designed by the architect Fritz Seeldrayers, in the middle of a park laid out by the landscape architect Jules Buyssens and the rock cutter François Dumilieu, two figures of the Jardin picturesque movement. Two successive owners have subsequently changed the contours and character of this private estate, which was relatively neglected for twenty years after the Second World War. Bought by the Commune of Uccle in 1964, it became a public green space public green space a few years later and is home to various sports facilities and domestic animals. Its proximity to other preserved natural areas (Kauwberg, Geleytsbeek valley, Engeland plateau, Verrewinkel wood, Fond Roy...) justifies its inclusion in the in the Natura 2000 network in 2016.

  • Report on the environmental impact of the ERDF Program and analysis of the possibilities of supporting the objectives of the Program through financial instruments.

  • A request to obtain an advice described as "regarding address lists and GDPR"

  • Following a request from the Brussels Regional Government and within the framework of the BKP, an additional study was carried out in 2020 to investigate the possibility of lowering and greening the canal banks. This would strengthen the link between public space, water and nature. The objective of this feasibility study was to: -identify the land on the canal that could be transformed into quality public spaces ; -evaluate the technical and spatial constraints to investigate the possibilities of greening the banks, both on the banks themselves and on the waterway.