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eBook Dutch housing associations: A model for social housing ePub

by A.L. Ouwehand,G. Van Daalen

  • ISBN: 9040723311
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: A.L. Ouwehand,G. Van Daalen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: IOS Press (January 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 110
  • ePub book: 1684 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1381 kb
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A model for social housing. This book provides an introduction to Dutch housing associations.

A model for social housing. It therefore also provides readers with a large amount of more generally information on housing policy in the Netherlands. It will meet the needs of students, visitors, practitioners and politicians.

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Dutch housing associations. A model for social housing. Delft University Press. In many countries social housing can almost exclusively be equated with housing for deprived households in a situation offering few prospects

Dutch housing associations. Van Daalen, G. Pub. date. In many countries social housing can almost exclusively be equated with housing for deprived households in a situation offering few prospects. The hallmark of the social–rental sector in the Netherlands is that a very differentiated target group is provided for, not only households with a low income, but also a broad intermediate group.

Ouwehand, A. and van Daalen, G. (2002) Dutch housing associations; A model for social housing, DUP Satellite, Delft 1-109. Schaar van der . (2003) Wonen en woonbeleid; markten, instituties, instrumenten RIGO/Universiteit van Amsterdam AmsterdamGoogle Scholar. Stedelijke Woningdienst Amsterdam (2002) Wonen in Amsterdam 2001, Deel 1: Stand van zaken, ontwikkelingen en trendsGoogle Scholar. van Daalen, . Institutional Repository. Faculty. c) 2002 Onderzoeksinstituut OTB.

Dutch housing associations: A model for social housing. We argue that the House of Lords' decision on the law of provocation in the recent case of Smith was mistaken in at least nine respects. In its excusatory doctrines, the criminal law admittedly needs to forge an intelligent response to human diversity in general and social pluralism in particular.

CE van Daalen, L Dresen, MA Janssen G Yücel, CE van Daalen A simulation-based analysis of transition pathways for the Dutch electricity system. G Yücel, C van Daalen.

CE van Daalen, L Dresen, MA Janssen. Environmental Science & Policy 5 (3), 221-231, 2002. Participatory model construction and model use in natural resource management: a framework for reflection. PWG Bots, CE van Daalen. G Yücel, CE van Daalen. Technological Forecasting and Social Change 78 (2), 358-372, 2011. An objective-based perspective on assessment of model-supported policy processes. G Yücel, E van Daalen. A simulation-based analysis of transition pathways for the Dutch electricity system. Energy Policy 42, 557-568, 2012.

In Ireland and the United Kingdom, housing associations are private, non-profit making organisations that provide low-cost "social housing" for people in need of a home. Although independent, they are regulated by the state and commonly receive public funding.

Most of the houses in the social housing sector belong to housing associations. Looking to rent a house, room or apartment in the Netherlands? Here are some important facts about Dutch rentals. Rental security deposits in the Netherlands. To be able to apply for social housing with a housing association, you must: Register with the appropriate housing association. There are different ones for different regions. Get a housing permit. Tenants renting a house in the Netherlands have to pay a rental security deposit.

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