Housing allocation family extract

This extract states the date you were registered in the municipality’s Personal Records Database (BRP) and with which family members. You sometimes need this document if your register as a family for social housing.

What does the extract contain?

  • your surname
  • your given name(s)
  • your date and place of birth
  • your home address
  • the date you registered at the municipality 
  • the date you registered at your current address
  • all family members registered at the same address. (Your partner's name will be on the extract if you are married or have a registered partnership.)

This extract is available only in Dutch.

Belangrijke informatie:

Are you living together as 1 family at the same address? And are you moving together to a new address? Then you have to apply for 2 extracts. If you are registered as a family, both you as well as your partner/spouse have to apply for an extract. You do not have to tick your family members when you apply. You will automatically receive an extract listing all of the family members living at your address.


You are registered at an address in The Hague.


Apply for the Housing allocation family extract with your DigiD. Once you are logged in, click on ‘Volgende’. You can then choose which extract you need.

Apply for the extract

Belangrijke informatie:

Would you like to apply for an extract on someone else’s behalf? This is not possible online. Read more about this under: Request a BRP extract for someone else.


€ 16.65 (rate in 2023). You pay this amount with iDEAL when you apply online.

How long does it take?

The municipality will send you the extract within 2 working days. This can take longer depending on the mail service to your home address. Do you need the extract right away? Visit City Hall Spui or the Leyweg City Office. For the hours of operation go to City district offices: opening hours and locations. You do not need to make an appointment. You need to bring a valid form of identification with you.

Also see: Housing allocation single person extract