Regional taxes on corporate locations in Belgium including registered offices.
The province of Antwerp, including the regions of Mechelen and Turnhout, taxes all corporate locations (registered offices as well as local branches). Starting 100 €/year for a registered offices to more than 20.000 €/year for larger enterprises (overview of rates).
The city of Antwerp taxes all locations from 50 m² with a minimum of 200 €/year. Besides a tax on corporate locations they tax corporate equipment, not-constructed industrial land, an additional regional tax on the Flemish environmental taxes, tax on publicity, an additional local tax on the Flemish regional tax on empty buildings, tax on the hospitality industry, tax on a missing parking place, an additional regional tax on the property taxes, tax on an environmental permit, tax on a exploitation permit, ... welcome to the city of Antwerp (overview of rates).
The province of East-Flanders taxes all corporate locations (registered offices as well as local branches) starting 121 €/year for a registered offices up-to ... Example: for a 10.000 m² warehouse on a 20.000 m² site, the tax would cost 6.540 € (overview of rates).
Probably anticipating Schwab's Great Reset, the city of Gent imposes a general corporate tax on all corporate locations as of 500 m² and from 750.000 Kwh/year energy consumption. The city of Ghent doesn't offer a clear presentation of the taxes, obviously on purpose as it is very complex with a tax rate based upon both the surface as well as energy consumption. The maximum tax is set at a whopping 6.500.000 €/year. Let's conclude that with ever increasing energy rates in Europe, you definitively don't want to set-up any business in Ghent sonsuming more than 750.000 KwH/year (download here the PDF, if you have already your business in Ghent, make sure to be seated)