The Cooperation Agreement of 2002 stipulates that the NCC is composed of representatives of the 4 entities involved: the federal state, the Flemish Region, the Walloon Region and the Brussels Capital Region.

To that end, each entity designates 4 full members and 4 deputy members to replace them in their absence. The mandated representatives are designated by their respective governments. Those people can be assisted by experts.

In 2019, the rotating Presidency is provided by the Brussels-Capital Region.

Current representatives

  Effective representatives Alternate representatives
Federal State Olivier Demaret for the Minister of Energy, the Environment and Sustainable Development Dominique Guide for the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs
Nele Roobrouck for the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Development Co-operation Anne-Lise Depasse for the Minister of Mobility
Sven Vaneycken for the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Work, Economy and Consumer Affairs Marc Roman for the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Work, Economy and Consumer Affairs
(Francis De Meyere) for the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Internal Affairs and Security (Jan Smedts) for the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Internal Affairs and Security
Flemish government Francis De Meyere for the Minister-President of the Government of Flanders, Flemish Minister for Foreign Policy, Culture, IT and Facilities Karl-Filip Smet for the Minister-President of the Government of Flanders, Flemish Minister for Foreign Policy, Culture, IT and Facilities
Wim Verrelst for the ​Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders, Flemish Minister for Economy, Innovation, Work, Social economy and Agriculture Karl Lauwers for the ​Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders, Flemish Minister for Economy, Innovation, Work, Social economy and Agriculture
Elise Van Gerven for the ​Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders, Flemish Minister for Home affairs, Administrative affairs, Civic integration and Equal opportunities Ingo Luypaert for the ​Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders, Flemish Minister for Home affairs, Administrative affairs, Civic integration and Equal opportunities
Stijn Caekelberg for the ​Flemish Minister for Justice and Enforcement, Environment, Energy and Tourism Samir Louenchi for the ​Flemish Minister for Justice and Enforcement, Environment, Energy and Tourism
Walloon government Guillaume Lepere for the Minister-president Jean-Denis for the Minister-president
Dominique Perrin for the Vice-President and Minister for Climate, Energy and Mobility Carole Pisula for the Vice-President and Minister for Climate, Energy and Mobility
Sylviane Bilgischer for the Vice-President and Minister of the Economy, Foreign Trade, Research and Innovation, Digital, Agriculture and Town and Country Planning Nicolas Delsarte for the Vice-President and Minister of the Economy, Foreign Trade, Research and Innovation, Digital, Agriculture and Town and Country Planning
Stéphanie Vancaeyzeele for the Minister of Environment, Nature, Animal Welfare and Rural Renewal Renaud Baiwir for the Minister of Environment, Nature, Animal Welfare and Rural Renewal
Government of Brussels Nicolas Raimondi for the Minister of Climate Change, Environment, Energy and Participatory Democracy Julien Simon for the Minister of Climate Change, Environment, Energy and Participatory Democracy
Maurice Bohet for the Minister-president Frederick Pirard for the Minister-president
Stefan Vandenhende for the Minister of Mobility, Public Works and Road Safety Jean-Rodolphe Dussart for the Minister of Mobility, Public Works and Road Safety
Isabelle de Visscher  for the Minister of Employment and Vocational Training, Digitisation, Local Authorities and Animal Welfare Adèle Gorgemans  for the Minister of Employment and Vocational Training, Digitisation, Local Authorities and Animal Welfare

(version of 02/01/2020)