Brussels Capital Region' s recovery and redeployment plan

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Brussels Capital Region
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Contact information:
Alfredo Corbalan
Expert - EU, International and Interregional Affairs
Transversal Department
T +32 2 435 42 53
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The Government of the Brussels Region has drawn up a recovery and redeployment plan to enable a gradual and secure restart of all activities in the short, medium and long term.

The plan is divided into four phases, the first of which is underway: nearly €500 million allocated in aid measures, in support of people and businesses affected by the crisis (bonus for traders, self-employed people, artists, etc.).

The second phase concerns short-term measures that will help people and businesses requesting public support, and measures to improve the living environment of the inhabitants during the summer. The government intends to make €120 million available, and will propose all these measures to the Brussels Parliament this week, before a vote in the General Affairs Committee on 13 July and then in the plenary session of the Parliament on 17 July.

The press file can be found here ( in French and dutch)

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As a reaction to specific problems generated by the pandemic

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