Themed meeting on vacancy, flexible leases, tenancy rights, anti-squat, solutions and pitfalls Date: Wednesday 22 October 2014 Time: 20.00 Location: Slachthuisstraat
The research editors of the Groene Amsterdammer are writing an extensive story this week about anti-squatting and the abuses in the anti-squat sector.
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Anti-squat residents refuse to be treated as moving livestock and show solidarity with asylum seekers
Twenty anti-squat residents in a former mental health clinic in Buitenveldert find it unnecessary that they have to leave a building belonging to the
Evicted precarious tenants demonstrate at the Eigen Haard housing corporation for replacement housing
Two tenants who lived in an Eigen Haard demolished house against payment to anti-squat agency Camelot were given
Flex tenants from Jan Vethstraat in Amsterdam do not agree with an imminent eviction. Last month involved Rob
Flex tenants of housing corporation Sint. Servatius in Maastricht receive a rent increase of 80%. A tenant from Mathias Soironstraat refuses this
It would happen to you: you pay more than 100,000 euros to an anti-squat agency that then breaks into your house and does it
The cabinet again wants to expand the options for temporary renting and suggests that home seekers need this. In
Recently, the lawsuit between Camelot, Plus Vastgoed and the family with 5 children from Soesterberg that was left with homelessness.