News & Events
On this page you can find all news items that appeared earlier this year on our homepage. For more news and all our events follow our social media accounts!
Op onze Facebook-pagina plaatsen we informatie over Nederlandse tentoonstellingen, concerten en andere culturele evenementen die plaatsvinden in het Verenigd Koninkrijk of aan zowel het VK als Nederland gerelateerd zijn.
Volg ons op Twitter (@NLinUK) om up-to-date te blijven over verschillende onderwerpen en activiteiten van de Nederlandse Ambassade. U kunt ook verschillende departementen volgen en een groot aantal van onze medewerkers (zie 'Wie zijn wij').
The economic department of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in London organised an Exploratory Anglo-Dutch Round Table on Waste Management Synergies on 15 September 2014.
On 16 September, King Willem-Alexander addressed the joint session of the Upper and Lower Houses of Parliament and set out the main features of government policy for the coming parliamentary session in the ‘Troonrede’ (Speech from the Throne).
The Embassy will be closed from 1pm on Wednesday 17 September for the annual team-building afternoon. We’ll be back on Thursday 18 September.
The Dutch Safety Board, an internationally formed independent commission, has issued the preliminary report on the investigation into the crash of MH17 on Tuesday September 9, 2014. The Dutch Safety Board is investigating the accident to flight MH17 which occurred at Thursday 17th of July 2014 in the region of Donetsk (Ukraine).
Children travelling abroad and accompanied by only one of their parents or other relatives, as well as unaccompanied minors, may be asked to prove that both parents with parental responsibility have given their consent for their journey when crossing borders.
The Netherlands is deeply shocked by the terrible air disaster involving flight MH17. We mourn all those who were on board, whatever their nationality. Our thoughts are with their loved ones, friends, colleagues and acquaintances.
As of 1 March 2015, the way in which Dutch passports are issued worldwide will change. This will also affect Dutch nationals in the UK. From 1 March 2015, it will no longer be possible to request passports or ID cards at the consulates in Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Hull, Liverpool, Manchester or Southampton. As of this date, all applications for Dutch passports and ID cards must be made at the Dutch Embassy in London.
From 10-12 June, the Dutch Embassy, UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, MakeSense and Chayn will be combining forces to in an #EndSVCHack DiploHack to envision and design technical solutions to combat sexual violence in conflict.
The Consular Section at the Dutch Embassy in London is moving towards 'cards only' payment for consular services.
On 13-14 May, a group of eight British and three Irish flood experts took part in a two-day “Influentials” visit programme to the Netherlands, jointly organised by the Dutch Embassies in London and Dublin and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency.