Submit an objection to the Social Domain (Sociaal Domein)

Object to a decision or order by the municipality about a benefit you receive (Participation Act - Participatiewet), debt counselling or your application under the Social Support Act (Wmo). You have to object within 6 weeks of the decision being sent. You can submit your objection digitally using DigiD.

What happens to your objection?

You will receive a written confirmation of receipt within 14 working days. This will include a telephone number for the team dealing with your objection. If you wish, you can explain your objection verbally, but you do not have to do so.

The Executive Board of the Municipality will make a decision about your objection. Their decision will be reached no more than 18 weeks after the day on which the order or decision was sent to you.

Submit an objection by post

If you do not have a DigiD, you can submit your objection by post; your letter should contain:

  • your name and address
  • the date of writing the objection
  • the decision you are objecting to; we recommend enclosing a copy of the decision
  • the reason for your objection
  • your signature if you object by letter

Send the letter containing your objection to:
The Municipality of Breda, the Legal Affairs and Enforcement Team
P.O. Box 1149
4801 BC Breda

If you disagree with the decision

If you disagree with the decision about your objection, within 6 weeks of the decision about your objection being reached, you can appeal to the district court of Zeeland-West-Brabant. Send your appeal to:

Sector Bestuursrecht (Administrative Law Sector) Zeeland-West-Brabant
P.O. Box 90006
4800 PA Breda

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