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HOUSING EXPERIMENTS IN THE NETHERLANDS: POLICY AND PRACTICE

Jim Schuyt
Netherlands Journal of Housing and the Built Environment
Vol. 9, No. 1 (1994), pp. 23-36
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41107616
Page Count: 14
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HOUSING EXPERIMENTS IN THE NETHERLANDS: POLICY AND PRACTICE
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Abstract

The Steering Committee for Experiments in Housing (SEV) was established 12 years ago as a platform for housing innovations in the Netherlands. This paper describes how the SEV works and outlines the experiments it oversees. The SEV supports the initiatives financially and with its expertise. To be eligible for support, the experiments must pertain to mainstream housing, it must be possible to replicate them, and they have to tried out in practice. Besides giving support to the implementation of experiments, the SEV also advises the minister of housing, offering insights based on its experience with housing experiments. Furthermore, the SEV is actively engaged in the transfer of this knowledge.

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