Urban planning & Environment
In a press release dated 30 January 2023, the Ministry of Energy and Spatial Planning announced a reduction in the time limits for issuing building permits for the deployment of renewable energies at the communal level.
Thus, building permits must be issued or rejected within 3 months for installations of:
A tacit acceptance is provided for if there is no response from the mayor after a period of one month for the installation of solar energy equipment with a capacity less than or equal to 50kW, which corresponds to almost all photovoltaic installations in private homes.
For heat pumps, other than ground source heat pumps, the commune must make a decision within one month.
The reduced time limits do not apply in certain cases. The reasons can be:
All decisions, negative or positive, on the above-mentioned building permits must be made public by the commune.
You can now apply via MyGuichet.lu to vote by post in the next communal elections on 11 June 2023.
From 18 March 2023, all economic operators must issue and transmit their invoices in the form of a compliant electronic invoice in the context of a public contract or a concession contract. Find out how to do so via MyGuichet.lu.
Are you planning to hire help for your private household? The required administrative procedures can now be completed online via MyGuichet.lu.