The impact assessment officer is the natural or legal person, public or private, who carries out the impact assessment (Articles 58 bis A, 58 bis C, 111A and 111 F of the Ordinance of 29 August 1991 relating to planning and urban development and Articles 26 and 42 of the Ordinance of 5 June 1997 relating to environmental permits).
In order to be accredited as an impact assessment officer, any natural or legal person must have expertise in the following scientific disciplines:
- human health
- fauna and flora
- underground water
- surface water
- spatial planning, urban development and real estate
- socio-economic areas
The application will be submitted to the following administrations for their opinion
- Brussels Mobility (AED) for transport, traffic and parking issues
- Urban Planning and Housing Administration (AATL), Directorate of Urban Planning for issues related to planning and urban development
- AATL, Monuments and Sites Directorate for aspects related to heritage protection
- Brussels Economy and Employment for aspects related to economic development
- Brussels Environment for aspects related to the environment.
The Government issues the accreditation taking into account, in particular, the items contained in the application and the opinions received.
€250 for a legal entity, €125 for a natural person
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