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Aalsmeer, Drie Kolommenplein

  • Status Under development
  • System typeWWP
  • Number of residences28
  • Sustainable IWP system
  • 168 PV panels
  • Built completely gas-free

Congratulations on your new home.

Here you will find specific information about Drie Kolommenplein in Aalsmeer. 

Vaanster wishes you a lot of living pleasure in Drie Kolommenplein.

LWP system

Aalsmeer had a problem. Due to expansion of the town hall, the main entrance was located at a rear area on a car park. The mission was to turn this car park into an environment worthy of the entrance to the town hall. The area around Three Columns Square is characterised by detached buildings of different scale and appearance; urban on the square, rural along the waterfront. The plan lies at the fault line of these two different characteristics. This difference has therefore become the starting point for the design.

A number of residential buildings in a row connect the two public spaces behind the town hall. On this side they are sturdy volumes, twice straight, three times round, in scale and size coordinated with the town hall, with a powerful appearance. Storey-high wooden panels as if they were lock doors alternate with tall French doors in a disordered rhythm. On the waterfront, the buildings are subdued and withdrawn in character. The zinc roof and floor overhangs bend towards the earth, have a rural look and protect against bright sunlight and prying eyes. Based on the target group - elderly people with above-average incomes - only three dwellings are made per floor. A spacious hall in the centre of the house gives access to all living spaces, which can be interconnected along the façade with sliding walls.

Would you like to know more about one of the sustainable energy systems for your project? We would be happy to get in touch with you to discuss it together.

Ownership boundary

The ownership boundary indicates which components Vaanster operates, maintains and, if necessary, replaces. The other components are owned by the home owner, who is therefore also responsible for maintenance and possible replacement. For owner-occupied houses, you are the owner of the house yourself. For rented houses, the landlord is the owner of the house.

The image is a schematic representation of the installation in your home. The components in your home may be positioned differently.

Do you have any questions? Check the 'Frequently asked questions' on this website.

Frequently Asked Questions

Malfunction in heat delivery

There is a failure in the heat supply. This is annoying and you want it solved as quickly as possible.

Who is responsible for the system in my home?

The answer to this question varies from project to project and is indicated by an ownership boundary. You can look this up by typing in the zip code on the home page.

Disturbance in delivery of cold

You suspect a fault in the supply of cold. That is annoying and, of course, you want it resolved as quickly as possible.

Can I adjust my advance payment amount myself?

Yes, you can. In your personal account under the heading "my invoices" you can adjust your advance amount. This is within a certain margin, because the advance payment amount must be sufficient to cover the fixed costs.

Click here to go to your personal account and log in to adjust the data. Click on create account the first time you visit the page.

Malfunction in the hot water supply

It is annoying when hot water does not come out of the tap. It is important to determine:

  • Whether there is reduced hot water or no hot water at all.
  • Whether there is no hot water coming from any faucet (also called tapping point) in the house or whether there is a single faucet from which there is no hot water.