Housing

  • Finding a house

    The Hague offers great variety in the type of neighbourhood, from bustling and urban to leafy-green residential, from central to more isolated.

  • Non-commercial renting

    If you would like to look for a rental property outside of the commercial market, there are a number of websites you can consult.

  • Affordable housing permit

    Are you going to rent a self-contained residence from a private individual? Then you often need an affordable housing permit. Apply for this on time at the municipality.

  • Rental advice from the Fair Rent Team

    If you are paying too much rent, you can call in the Fair Rent Commission or first ask for advice from the municipality’s Fair Rent Team.

  • The Hague Housing Inspection Bureau

    The Hague Housing Inspection Bureau is actively working to improve the quality of life and safety in the city. Inspectors track down nuisance and illegal activities in homes and businesses.

  • Request a house number

    A house number is needed for mail delivery and for emergency services to be able to reach you. Do you not have your own house number? Request one from the municipality.

  • Drinking water

    Dunea supplies drinking water to 1.2 million inhabitants in 19 municipalities in The Hague and Leiden region.

  • Alternative address

    Everyone residing in the Netherlands has to be registered as a tenant/resident at the address where he spends their nights. The municipality will register you at the address where you reside. No home address? You can specify an alternative address.

Domestic nuisance

  • Report domestic nuisance

    Are you annoyed by noisy neighbours or other people in your neighbourhood? Or is the home overcrowded or being sublet unlawfully? See what you can do.

  • Domestic Nuisance Complaints Centre

    Residents of The Hague may report any nuisance they experience in their living environment to the Domestic Nuisance Complaints Centre.

Renting out