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Invitation BPW General Members Meeting – 11 June

On Saturday 11 June, the Bond Precaire Woonvorm will organize a General Members' Meeting from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Afterwards there will be food and a drink with music in honor of our 12th anniversary — and of course also to celebrate that we are holding a physical GMM for the first time in 3 years! So be there to share your ideas and experiences with other BPW members.

Launch of the Housing Security Toolkit: 'FOOD FIRST, THEN THE RENT' – DOWNLOAD NOW

Launch of Housing Security Toolkit: 'EAT FIRST, THEN RENT' – DOWNLOAD NOW We live in uncertain times, in which precarious work and precarious living are directly related. Then you can build up rent debt. The Bond Precaire Woonvorm (BPW) wants to prevent even more people from becoming debtors or homeless as a result of the housing and corona crisis. More than 800,000…

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February 18: Residents of Rotterdam Tweebosbuurt in action against evictions by Vestia and Alvast

Come to the handing over of demands 18/02/21, Vestia, Hilledijk 71 #Stophuisexittweebosbuurt February 18: Residents of Rotterdam Tweebosbuurt take action against evictions by Vestia and Alvast to put. Vestia wants to demolish more than five hundred social rental homes in the Tweebosbuurt and ...

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Prevent homelessness residents Pletterijstraat

A residential group in the Pletterijstraat in The Hague will be on the street from 1 February. At least, if it is up to housing corporation Haag Wonen. The Pletterijstraat 136 building had been empty for 3 years, when a young group of urgent home seekers moved into it in September 2020. Plans or no plans, they have to get out of there now, says Haag Wonen.

December 18: Action against eviction Asha & son Karan by Staedion

Single mother Ashadevie and her son Karan have been on the brink of being homeless for months. They rent a house in the Regentessekwartier in The Hague from housing corporation Staedion. After the municipality suddenly and without consultation deregistered the main tenant of their home and Staedion asked the main tenant to terminate the lease contract, Staedion now wants to evict Ashadevie and Karan from their house. Residents insisted on a workable solution and a new lease, but Staedion refused to comply.

BPW is successful: JP not homeless — parliamentary questions asked about evictions

Action at Staedion against evictions in the Notenbuurt BPW is successful: JP not homeless — parliamentary questions asked about evictions In the Notenbuurt in The Hague, several flex tenants were forced to leave their homes on 1 October. Because no rehousing had been arranged for them, many of them, including Jean Pierre (hereinafter JP), were unable to ...

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Housing action days The Hague

[English below] On Friday and Saturday 31 July and 1 August, WOONACTIEGEN will take place in The Hague. Friday's theme is social housing and precarious housing — Saturday's theme is city sales and gentrification. During these two days we will collectively make a stand against precarity and housing shortage. The past …

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Statement of support BPW The Hague with Short Stay? no way!

Since May 1, 2020, a group of activists has occupied a large vacant office building on the Waldeck Pyrmontkade in the Zeeheldenkwartier in The Hague (also called Zeeheldenkwartier by locals). With this move, they combine a personal goal — providing housing, with a social goal — blocking the controversial construction of a hotel for expats and wealthy tourists. …

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The gentrification of Moerwijk [The Hague]

The contrast between the new 'Parel Moerwijk' billboard and the boarded-up ghost neighborhood couldn't be greater. Moerwijk, a real residential area in The Hague, will cease to exist. At least, if it is up to project developer WOM Den Haag Southwest. She will soon be touted as 'Pearl Moerwijk'. With this ostentatious name change, the rebranding into a luxurious residential area is complete. Here we provide insight…

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'Moerwijk East Stays Inside': Stop evictions in The Hague

'Moerwijk Oost Stays Inside': Stop evictions in The Hague Staying at home during the corona pandemic is vital. The government has announced measures to this end and urgently calls on everyone to stay at home. While almost everyone is doing everything they can to prevent the spread of the virus, Vestia threatens, together with the Wijk Ontwikkelings Maatschappij DHZW ...

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