The last word on the subject?

The last word on the subject?

During the 14 June Community Council meeting Derk Hazekamp of the working group Public Space reported briefly on the Scheveningen ...
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Some inconvenience expected in Prinsevinkenpark

Some inconvenience expected in Prinsevinkenpark

22 June - Construction company Weba, which is working on the second phase of the ‘Prinsevinkenpark’ project, informed residents in ...
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First electric car charging station in our community

First electric car charging station in our community

June 2012 - Out of the blue, I received a notification from the Municipal Council that a charging point for electric ...
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Model sustainable homes in Archipelbuurt open their doors

Model sustainable homes in Archipelbuurt open their doors

Open Day 23 June - As part of the Sustainability working party’s sustainable ambitions to become less dependent on fossil ...
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Concerns about planned changes in van Karnebeeklaan

Concerns about planned changes in van Karnebeeklaan

11 June - After a meeting between the chairman and board members of the A&W Community Assocation and project management ...
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Management of Scheveningen Woods

Management of Scheveningen Woods

23 May 2012 - At the entrance to Scheveningse Bosjes this notice caught my eye ...
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Spectacular demolition in Prinsevinkenpark

Spectacular demolition in Prinsevinkenpark

22 May 2012 – The former LTO building (Dutch Federation of Agricultural & Horticultural Organisations) in Prinsevinkenpark had already been ...
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Concerns about the 'takkenactie' in Scheveningen Woods rumble on

Concerns about the ‘takkenactie’ in Scheveningen Woods rumble on

30 April - According to the ‘takkenactie’ group, the difference of opinion about their campaign lies with the question whether the ...
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'Takkenactie' in the local woods

‘Takkenactie’ in the local woods

On 17 March a number of local residents began a ‘takkenactie’ in the Scheveningse Bosjes to clear away the great ...
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