The resident organization Archipel & Willemspark and the Neighborhood Association Benoordenhout are very concerned about the closure of the Bronovo Hospital.

About the future of care and public health is therefore the bijgaande brief sent to Alderman Parbhudayal.

The Board

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The Japanese Garden in the Clingendael estate is one of the most beautiful places in The Hague. But so vulnerable that it is only open twice a year. This spring you can visit the garden from April 27 to 9 June.  For  more information click here here.

 

 

 

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On Saturday, May 18, the Archipel & Willemspark Residents’ Organization is organizing a presentation about the electric Buurauto. A system to share a new electric car with your neighbors. The car is on a fixed parking place with charging station and you book with a handy app.

The Buurauto is not only a sustainable solution but is also cheaper for many users than a private car. After all, you rent per kilometer. See more information at www.buurauto.nl

The meeting takes place from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. in Wijkcentrum ‘t Klokhuis, Celebesstraat 4, Den Haag. The attendees will receive an information folder, can sit in the electric car and get a snack and a drink. If possible, let us know in advance if you are coming: wouter@archipelwillemspark.nl

 

(link to the text below in PDF)


AVG Privacy policy personal data AW

The General Data Protection Regulation (AVG) requires organizations to have a privacy policy. The Stichting Bewonersorganisatie Archipel & Willemspark (AW) is a foundation with more than 50 volunteers. This Privacy Policy indicates how AW handles the personal data.

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Forty percent of the residents in our neighbourhood are of foreign origin.
Many of them live here for a few years and then leave. The newcomers need information about our neighbourhood.
This was a reason for the directors of the Residents Organisation to develop a brochure in English with a wealth of information about the neighbourhood.
So the brochure includes information about locations of the cash points and rubbish bins, doctors, pharmacies, the local police station, information about public transport, shop opening times and so on.

The brochure has since then been distributed in the district to be easily at hand.

The municipality of The Hague warmly welcomes this initiative in order to give a “Feel at Home” to the many foreigners.

Graphic design: Linda Fairwether

 

Your Community Association has a contract with The Hague Municipal Council making it possible for property owners in your neighbourhood to benefit from the free (collective) removal of graffiti (the so-called graffitiregeling).

But do you always report any graffiti or posters defacing your property? Those who have already reported such defacement know how important it is to do this quickly. The sooner you get in touch, the sooner the Council can arrange to have the graffiti and/or posters removed. Timely cleaning is especially important where the walls are the sort that absorb the spray paint used by graffiti vandals.

What do you do?
Just mail the completed authorization form to meldpuntgraffiti@denhaag.nl or telephone direct to 070 353 46 05 (Monday to Friday from 9.30 till 16.30) or the general number for The Hague Municipal Council 14070. If you have not yet signed up, don’t put it off any longer. Telephone the Graffiti Hotline for a special subscription to the graffiti clean-up service 070 353 46 05
or e-mail: meldpuntgraffiti@denhaag.nl

Want to know more?
If you want to know more about the clean-up service and the arrangement your Community Association has with the Council just telephone the Graffiti Hotline and quickly receive answers to all your questions. Take care of your property and work with the Council for a clean and safe city free of defacement.

Graffiti-Hotline  070 353 46 05

 

Wijkbus Stap-In/Community Bus Step-in has been providing transport for the elderly and less able (young and old) in the Archipel&Willemspark, Zeehelden and (part of) Duinoord districts for more than 20 years.

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