Last modified: 6 February 2012
Usually the educational institute will furnish you with information about student housing prior to your arrival. A number of the schools of higher education also have bulletin boards where advertisements for rooms to let are ...
Last modified: 10 June 2013
Last modified: 14 September 2012
Last modified: 10 October 2011
Last modified: 8 April 2013 - Overview
Do you think you are paying an unfairly high rent? The Hague’s Fair Rent Team (Huurteam) will investigate and act on complaints, inquiries and other communications regarding alleged excessive rental charges.
Last modified: 9 August 2011
The Hague offers great variety in types of neighbourhood, from bustling and urban to leafy-green residential, from central to more isolated. There are many options to choose from when considering a desired accommodation. Rent ...
Last modified: 9 July 2013 - Overview
Last modified: 17 June 2013
At present the website’s online forms themselves are available only in Dutch. Below you will find a selection from the catalogue of The Hague’s online products and services for residents about housing and building.
Last modified: 4 June 2013
Waste is household waste except for paper, glass, textiles, organic waste, small chemical waste and small electrical appliances. Household waste must be placed in a garbage bag, mini bin or (underground) rubbish container.
Last modified: 1 November 2011 - Overview
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