Swomp4 direct action in the Rustenburgerstraat in Amsterdam squats piece of
land and starts urban regeneration permaculture project
On Friday July 11 a group of squatters occupied this piece of land in the
Rustenburgerstraat in de Pijp in Amsterdam.
Technically they are wild campers, as the law in Holland only allows you to
squat a building that has been empty for one year.
Within three days they already had running water and had started to plant
vegetables and develop an urban permaculture project.
This is direct action at its very best.
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