rosmalen - Campaigners last night hanging banners against the arrival of hundreds of asylum seekers to Estate Coudewater in Rosmalen. Live vulnerable psychiatric patients on site.
Today, residents and hear members of the mental health institution about the future of the estate. It is feared that everyone must leave the grounds.
GGZ Oost Brabant wants to now there is no clarity yet over. "Residents and employees have the right to be informed first. The decision is in any event unrelated to the refugee center, "says a spokeswoman. "That is still not a done deal."
The city council of Den Bosch last have decided that there are housed at the ancient estate between 600 and 800 refugees for a period of at least ten years. The municipality, GGZ Oost Brabant and COA will work out the plan soon.
Entrepreneur Paul Post considers the plans madness: "The people need peace and regularity. Of getting this uncertainty them incentives, that's exactly what they do not need "owner Danscentrum Rosmalen, located on the estate, fears the demise of his popular business". Parents do not now already indicate that their children through an AZC bikes allowed. "
Resident and client Jet is in opposition. "Many people here can not speak for themselves. I find it very sad that GGZ Oost Brabant does not protect us," she said earlier in the Sunday edition of De Telegraaf. "Residents are so terribly scared away have their familiar place. My neighbor is already fleeing refugees. "