Finding a decent place to live can be a major headache in Amsterdam, and a costly one at that. The International Community Advisory Panel, set up to try to improve the dialogue between the international community and Amsterdam officials, is carrying out a new survey on housing – to identify bottlenecks and hopefully bring about improvements.
The results of ICAP’s previous survey on education are currently being finalised. We can tell you over half of the city’s international residents want to send their children to an ordinary Dutch school and 70% get no help from their employer in paying for education.
The more people who take part in ICAP’s housing survey, the more weight it will have, so please take a few minutes to fill it in – in complete confidence of course.
You can find ICAP’s housing survey here.
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