A smooth and fast transition of EMA
This bid aims to ensure business continuity and the unburdening of business operations and staff during the relocation of EMA from London to the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. The Netherlands wants to make the transition to a new member state not only as smooth as possible but also provide a high level of services to ensure that the Agency can also benefit from its relocation. Business continuity is ensured by offering a custom designed, new build headquarters at a high-end location. The new headquarters will be established in full partnership with EMA, facilitating continuity and efficient, secure, and effective business operations.
EMA will be able to choose from a full range of real estate services for the development and maintenance of the new premises, that can be tailored to the Agency’s needs.
A prime location
The Amsterdam Metropolitan Area is a prime location for working, living and recreation in the Netherlands and, together with the proposed headquarters location, only minutes away from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. It is a dynamic working and residential area, with a high level of amenities to ensure the necessary comfort and relaxation.
The Amsterdam Metropolitan Area is a compact area that houses 650 hotels (2015), with a total of 41,000 hotel rooms in various price ranges. By 2020, hotel capacity will have been expanded by an additional 11,000 rooms. Approximately 29,150 rooms are located in the city of Amsterdam, with a large selection in the 3- and 4-star range.
Map of the Amsterdam