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03 April 2020
Work resumesElia has resumed work in Bessemstraat, Beekstraat, Overloopstraat, Rennekouter and Kleine Heide, while closely following the announced measures to limit the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
01 March 2020
Changes to schedule of work on some cable sectionsDue to exceptional circumstances, Elia is unable to carry out its work on certain cable sections at the planned time. The revised schedule for each section is given below.
31 January 2020
Nearly 100 local residents attend Tisselt information sessionElia is laying underground electricity cables in the municipalities of Willebroek and Kapelle-op-den-Bos.
20 January 2020
Information session for local residents in Tisselt about work being carried out in the municipalities of Willebroek and Kapelle-op-den-BosJanuary 2020 will see Elia start work on laying underground electricity cables in the municipalities of Willebroek and Kapelle-op-den-Bos.
01 September 2019
Elia thanks the local residentsWork on the Maldersesteenweg has been completed. Elia thanked the residents for their patience and understanding by offering them an ice cream or waffle.
01 July 2019
Update on the work on the underground cable connection along Maldersesteenweg
Work on laying an underground cable connection along Maldersesteenweg is progressing according to schedule.
01 February 2019
Information session about access during the work on Maldersesteenweg
The Belgian high-voltage system operator Elia and the Londerzeel municipal authorities are holding an information session on Tuesday 26 February to discuss the work that will be carried out on Maldersesteenweg, between Broekstraat and Sint-Jozefstraat, in Londerzeel.
01 July 2018
Public consultation begins on 150 kV underground cable connection
On 5 July 2018 the Environment Department declared that the permit application for the 150kV underground cable between Malderen and Mechelen was complete.
01 April 2018
Transformer transferred from Schelle to Malderen
Transformers play a vital role in high-voltage substations: they convert electricity to a higher or lower voltage level.