Removals to Holland Netherlands from Spain

Looking for a Trusted Removal Company to Move you to Holland in the Netherlands from Spain?

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Living in Holland the Netherlands

Holland is situated in the west of the Netherlands. A maritime region, Holland lies on the North Sea at the mouths of the Rhine and the Meuse (Maas). It has numerous rivers and lakes and an extensive inland canal and waterway system. Continuous drainage is necessary to keep Holland from flooding. In earlier centuries windmills were used for this task. The landscape was (and in places still is) dotted with windmills, which have become a symbol of Holland. The main cities in Holland are Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague.  These cities, combined with Utrecht and other smaller municipalities, effectively form a single city—a conurbation called Randstad.

The Randstad area is one of the most densely populated regions of Europe, but still relatively free of urban sprawl. There are strict zoning laws. Population pressures are enormous, property values are high, and new housing is constantly under development on the edges of the built-up areas. Surprisingly, much of the province still has a rural character. The remaining agricultural land and natural areas are highly valued and protected. Most of the arable land is used for intensive agriculture, including horticulture and greenhouse agri-businesses.

Documents required to Live and work in Holland

Citizens of the EEA (EU plus Iceland, Norway and Lichtenstein) and Switzerland (but excluding Romania and Bulgaria) can live and work freely in the Netherlands and are not obliged to report to the Aliens Police upon arrival, as other nationals are required to do. However you must be able to show:

  • Passport or other valid travel document
  • Financial means demonstrating that you will not have to rely on public funds during your stay (if your are not working)
  • Health insurance coverage (if you are not working)
  • Proof of employment or work (if applicable)

Although EEA, Swiss citizens and their family members do not need a residence permit to live in the Netherlands, it can be very useful to have one as banks, utility providers, government organisations and employers often ask for one. Once you have lawfully stayed in the Netherlands for 5 years you qualify for a long-term residence document.

Family members of EU citizens
Similar to other European countries, the Netherlands allows family members of EEA citizens to live freely in the country. This covers spouses or registered partners, grandparents, parents-in-law or grand or great-grandchildren of EEA or Swiss citizens. Children over the age of 21 or antecedents (parents-in-law, grandparents etc.) must demonstrate that the EU family member provided for them or lived with them in the country of origin.

Non-European Nationals
To enter the Netherlands you will need authorisation for temporary stay, known as MVV (Machtiging tot Voorlopig Verblijf) and allowing for visits of longer than 90 days. please visit http://www.naarnederland.nl/en/ for more information

Dutch Health Insurance

You must take out insurance with a Dutch insurer within four months of arrival even if you already have an existing policy that gives you cover in the Netherlands. The healthcare insurance cover you purchase must include the Basic package. This is the minimum legal requirement. Visit website www.toeslagen.nl (in Dutch) for more details. The Dutch trade association of health insurance providers includes some information in English and the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport offers information in several languages including English.

Basic insurance (basis verzekering)

The basic Dutch health insurance covers general medical care (visits to the huisarts, for example), hospital stays, dental care for children up to age 18, most prescription medicine and various appliances. Costs start at approximately EUR 100 a month. For more information on healthcare please see http://www.expatica.com/nl/health_fitness/healthcare/

For all information on Living in Holland see the government website www.government.nl or for immigration see www.newtoholland.nl

There are many expat forums on the internet with people previously seeking to move to Holland from Spain or UK, these can be of a great help in wanting any help or advice, below are just a few links that may be of help

Removal Company from Spain to Holland the Netherlands

Then Matthew James Removals & Storage in Spain should be your first port of call. With 3 depots in Spain; Mijas, Madrid & Barcelona and are able to offer collection from any region in Spain, from city apartments to rural villas.

You can be rest assured that Matthew James are able to take care of every aspect of your move to Holland,  from any property big or small with delivery door to door / room to room to any local or national Dutch destination.

Although you are looking for an Spanish Removal Company choose one of the British one’s based in Spain such as Matthew James who are members of the British Association of Removals (BAR). A very strict association who’s aim is for the customer to get the best removal service. You will then be assured that the level of service that they provide to you will be the highest possible. So the risk to your goods of course is greatly reduced. You can read many of our testimonials from the Reference Line set up by the BAR. For added reassurance Matthew James Removals Spain are members of FEDEMAC a European Removal association.

Matthew James firmly believe no other company can match our quality of service for the same price Spanish or English. Unlike a majority of companies your removal quote will include:
  • Insurance
  • Hanging Wardrobe boxes
  • Tailor made padded sofa covers
  • Boxes, Paper, Tape (as many as you require for your removal free )
  • Hanging Wardrobe boxes
  • Plastic Mattress covers
  • Modern, Clean and reliable vehicles

Parking for Removal Lorry in Holland

The large cities, in particular cities with a historical inner city, suffer from the lack of parkings spaces. The most have limited parking except Amsterdam where the parking rate is the highest of the country and in Europe. Parking on Sunday is free of charge except in some large cities.

You can request a visitor’s parking permit so that your visitors do not have to buy a parking ticket from the dispenser. The parking permit for visitors is a pass which must be placed inside the visitor’s car. for more information on parking in your local town please visit http://www.car-parking.eu/home/netherlands

please make sure you notify Matthew James of any parking restriction for your Dutch property upon quotation

Matthew James Removals from Spain to Holland offer a number of Removal Services to help make moving Villa or Apartment as stress free as possible. These services are charged as extra and are upon request.

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Matthew James Removals travels to Holland from Spain weekly and they are able to offer very competitive rates for Part Loads or Full Loads to any destination in the Netherlands By Road: ✓ removals to Amsterdam ✓ Removals to Rotterdam ✓ Removals to The Hague ✓ Removals to Utrecht  ✓ Removals to Breda ✓ Removals to Enschede ✓ Removals to Tilburg ✓ Removals to Groningen ✓ Removals to Leeuwarden ✓ Removals to Zwolle ✓ Removals to Eindhoven ✓ Removals to Nijmegen ✓ Removals to Meppel ✓ Removals to Alkmarr and many more…

If you are moving To or From any of the areas listed above then please don’t hesitate to contact our Bi-Lingual Staff for more information, advice or a Competitive Price for your Move to Holland

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