In order to have access to the legal base of the implementation of the Low Emission Zone in the Brussels-Capital Region, you will find below:
The ordinance dated December 7th, 2017 which modifies the ordinance dated May 2nd, 2013 on the Code bruxellois de l’Air, du Climat et le la Maîtrise de l’Energie (a.k.a « CoBRACE) enabling the effective implementation of one or several low emission zone on the Brussels Region territory (published in the Moniteur belge on December 14th, 2017)
The order dated January 25, 2018 of the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region regarding the establishment of a low emission zone (published in the Moniteur belge on December Februari 2nd, 2018).
The order dated September 27th, 2018 which modifies the order of the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region dated January 25th, 2018 regarding the establishment of a low emission zone.
The order dated December 12th, 2019 which modifies the order of the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region dated January 25th, 2018 regarding the establishment of a low emission zone.
The order dated June 30th, 2022 which modifies the order of the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region dated January 25th, 2018 regarding the establishment of a low emission zone.
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