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Action 25 February – 14:00 – City Hall: Stop all evictions in Rotterdam!

Come to the tenant demonstration and handover of requirements in front of the City Hall at Coolsingel 40 Rotterdam on 25 February. Despite a deep housing and corona crisis, evictions continue as usual. Rotterdam (flex) tenants; residents from the Tweebosbuurt and the barracks are now taking action together. The time when residents are not taken seriously by, among others, Mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb, Alderman Bas Kurvers, the city council and landlords is over

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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.

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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.

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Bewoners van de voormalige brandweerkazerne aan de Laanslootseweg 19 - Tenants of the former fire station on Laanslootseweg 19

November 17: Tenants' action against evictions by the municipality of Rotterdam and Camelot

Residents of the former fire station at 19 Laanslootseweg, a building belonging to the municipality of Rotterdam that is rented out by Camelot, are organizing themselves against the impending eviction and demanding housing security. Laurens and Rob, who have lived there for 4 years, and Steffan, who have only been living there for 10 weeks, live in the building. They would be on the street on November 26. To prevent this, BPW and residents therefore started a campaign for housing security.

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