BRP extract plus previous addresses

This extract provides an overview of your previous addresses as they are known in the municipality’s Personal Records Database (BRP). You can use this document, for example, for housing corporations.

What does the extract contain?

  • your surname
  • your given name(s)
  • your date and place of birth
  • your home address
  • your previous home addresses (up to and including the address at which you lived on 1 October 1994)

This extract is available only in Dutch.


You are registered at an address in The Hague.


Request the BRP extract with previous addresses using your DigiD

Apply for the extract

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.


€ 15.10 in 2020. You pay this amount through 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 or the Leyweg City Office. You do not need to make an appointment. You need to bring a valid form of identification with you.