In total, the Federal Police has 148 buildings on Belgian territory (140 in 2018). This increase is explained by the inclusion of the infrastructures of the Directorate of Infrastructure Security (DAB) as from 2019. A number of DAB teams occupy existing Federal Police infrastructures, but additional locations have also been made available.
|Amount spent by the Régie des bâtiments/Regie der Gebouwen (building authority)
for the benefit of the Federal Police *
|Investment projects||22 043 395 €||25 004 733 €||+13,43 %|
|Infrastructure maintenance||3 771 799 €||2 843 429 €||-24,61 %|
|Infrastructure rental||44 547 826 €||40 875 492 €||-8,24 %|
|Miscellaneous costs such as taxes||2 047 573 €||494 314 €||-75,86 %|
|Total||72 410 593 €||69 217 968 €||-4,41 %|
* General explanations
- The figures mentioned in this table refer to the management of the Federal Police requests by the Régie des bâtiments/Regie der Gebouwen. The amounts also refer to "settlement credits", which means that these payments are sometimes made with a delay of several years.
- Each year, the Régie des bâtiments/Regie der Gebouwen draws up an investment programme (IP) based on all the Federal Police requests, among other things. The Régie des bâtiments/Regie der Gebouwen coordinates this programme with a large number of partners and services. It then determines the number of files that will be included in the IP and selects the files that will be integrated into it. In some years, the Federal Police is given a more important place in the IP because of large infrastructure projects. In other years, this share is smaller and the focus is mainly on the maintenance of the existing buildings.
|Specific amounts paid by the Federal Police||2018||2019||Evolution|
|Energy (electricity, gas, water, heating oil)||8 684 410€||8 481 796€||-2,33 %|
|Maintenance and development costs and infrastructure rental||6 858 048€||7 960 413€||+16,07%*|
|Total||15 542 458€||16 442 209€||+5,79 %|
* The Federal Police offers partial solutions when the Régie des bâtiments/Regie der Gebouwen is not able to provide a solution quickly. If necessary, the Federal Police stabilises the situation until the Régie des bâtiments/Regie der Gebouwen can provide a structural solution.