Planning to draw up a deed?

Take a look at the CICC/KLIM website and inform those affected

Legal public easement

As a notary, you assist the buyer and seller and must inform them about any easements that exist. The presence of a Fluxys pipeline does not entail any kind of dispossession of the property concerned, but does entail a legal public easement which prohibits carrying out any action in the vicinity of a pipeline that might damage the natural gas transmission installations or hinder their operation. Anyone wishing to carry out work in the immediate vicinity of natural gas transmission infrastructure therefore has a legal obligation to inform Fluxys during the planning stage. In addition, specific restrictions apply to the reserved area five metres either side of the pipeline.

Being aware that a Fluxys pipeline crosses the property is not only necessary because of easements; it also helps to ensure the overall safety and security of the area. The presence of Fluxys pipelines cannot be ascertained from the land register but can be found on the CICC/KLIM website.

Notify works: quick, easy and free with CICC/KLIM

CICC/KLIM is the Federal Cable and Pipeline Information Database. You can use it to request information from Fluxys, the other Fetrapi members (the Belgian federation of pipeline transmission companies), electricity transmission system operator Elia and most other cable and pipeline operators active in the Walloon and Brussels-Capital Regions. The website simplifies the administrative process related to statutory easement and makes it quicker and easier to submit your information request. Using the land register (cadastre/kadaster) number, you can find out what pipelines are located on or near the property.

How does it work?

  • When you want to draw up a deed, you can use the site to check if there are any Fluxys pipelines nearby. Go to, register as a new user and choose the username and password you will use to identify yourself on subsequent visits.
  • Enter the town and street. The system will display a map and you should mark out the prospective site. You can also search using the land register number. The system will then e-mail you a list of operators with infrastructure in the area.
  • The system will also send an e-mail to the operators concerned containing the details you provided. We will then send you all the necessary information.

Improving CICC/KLIM – your opinion counts!

We are aiming to make CICC/KLIM even more user-friendly, which is why we would be delighted to hear your opinion as a site user. Please do not hesitate to share your positive comments, criticisms and suggestions with us by sending an e-mail to

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