Real estate information
Need information on real estate? For example, because you are going to buy or sell a property? This page tells you more about where you can find or request it.
Request information about
A property’s designated use
You will find more information under ‘Zoning Plan’. This also lets you know whether the property is located in the urban conservation area.
You will find more information under ‘Environment Plan’.
You will find more information under ‘Soil Information’.
Property valuation notice under the Valuation of Immovable Property Act (WOZ)
You will find more information under ‘WOZ Property valuation notice’.
You will find more information under ‘Sewers’.
Environmental permits, environmental licences, construction files and construction drawings
You will find more information under ‘Permit or construction file’.
Restrictions on a piece of land or a building
You will find more information at the Land Registry website. This information is registered under the WKPB (Immovable Property (Disclosure of Restrictions under Public Law) Act. The WKPB is managed by the Land Registry Office (Kadaster).
National monuments, municipal monuments and town or village conservation areas
More information can be found in the listed buildings register Rijksmonumentenregister | Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed (National Monument Register | Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands) or send an email to email@example.com
How does it work? How much does it cost?
You can look up the information free of charge. The ‘Information about…’ tab explains how to look up information for each subject.
Have the local information looked up
- Search for information about real estate.
- Written request:
- Complete the following form and send it to the City of Leeuwarden, or hand it in at the Town Hall:
- If you request information in writing, you will need to compile your own soil data report.
Having the local authority look up property information costs € 49.11 per report/address. This includes administration fees.
Laws and regulations
- WKPB (Immovable Property (Disclosure of Restrictions under Public Law) Act)
The City of Leeuwarden’s laws and regulations are available for viewing via the National Digital Database Overheid.nl.