"We see that the land is much more expensive. Building land is scarce and prices have increased dramatically. According to our estimate represents the higher land 73 percent of the increase in property prices in Belgium. In Flanders, this is even eighty per cent," says mr Pierre Wunsch, the governor of the National Bank of Belgium.Read also a Result of betonstop? Never as much as concrete
"The last years we have this story seen from the point of view of financial stability. But now we bring about a more general message. It is gradually becoming a social problem. The next generation will have more difficulty to access to housing”, it sounds. "We must avoid that it comes to an explosion of house prices."