Are the rules of a local authority, such as the municipality, province, or water board, bothering you or your company? Then you can report this to the local government organisation directly. Are you not sure which local authority? The RRCP can help you.
Which notifications does RRCP process?
- Notifications about unnecessary demands or activities.
- Notifications about the content of existing or new legislation.
- Notifications about the implementation by a government organisation.
Which reports does RRCP not process?
- Complaints about government agencies or implementing organisations that have their own complaints procedure.
- Reports about third parties who violate the law, such as reports of fraud, faulty products, or spam.
- Reports for which an objection or appeal procedure or a legal procedure is already underway.
- Complaints that you have already submitted to the National Ombudsman (in Dutch) or another representative organisation.
What happens with your notification?
We will contact you within 3 days. Sometimes we can give you an answer right away. In other cases, we will forward your report to the responsible government organisation(s). This is done anonymously, unless you do not object to us passing on your contact details. As soon as we receive a response to your notification we will pass on that response to you. We also pass on notifications and reactions to the Dutch Advisory Board on Regulatory Burden (Adviescollege Toetsing Regeldruk, ATR). On the ATR website you will find information about ongoing ATR investigations.