We keep a close eye on every file which is handed to us (by companies) until there is an answer or solution. Our goal is to provide pragmatic answers to any question from any company as quickly as possible. We collaborate closely with the urban administration and other authorities/administrations..
The House of Economy is responsible for the sale and management of the business parks of the industrial area “Plassendale”. At the same time we develop new business areas such as “Kromme Elleboog” and support existing companies by expanding the Plassendale service to all other business parks.
The House of Economy supports private developments of business zones, including Global Indus on the Proviron site and Ostend Stores Business Park. It also stimulates new projects in the social economy that are supportive to other companies in the region as well.
The seaport of Ostend possesses several advantages: roll-on/roll-off connections with container port and space for general cargo, car ferries, a fishing port and yacht basins, a cruise port, a new energy hub and dozens of fallow hecatres of industrial zones with a wide range of possible uses. More info: www.portofoostende.be
The airport of Ostend is the largest in Flanders, with a mix of international transport flights on the one hand and tour operator charters on the other. Tourists winging their way to the sunny climes of Southern Europe are increasingly realising that Ostend is the easiest airport for parking and the fastest for checking in. More info: www.ostendbruges-airport.com
The House of Economy convinces companies and governments to decentralize and to come to Ostend. Too many people from the Ostend region spend hours in the traffic jams to reach their places of employment while they can easily work in their own city. Less stress, less environmental pollution and fewer traffic accidents are strong arguments. Ostend is a fantastic office city with extensive shopping and catering facilities for those who work there.