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J. ROTHUIZEN, 1916-1918, Middenlaan, Centrumlaan e.o., Doorwerth
B.N. Verhaagen (ren. 1987)
One of the few 'company towns' in the Netherlands, Heveadorp was built to house workers at the Hevea rubber factory. Though social considerations also played a role here, the main purpose of the village was to entice workers to a factory way off the beaten track. Its dwellings with their characteristic thatched roofs have been supplemented over the years with a post office, shopping facilities and a school. The village was renovated during the 1980s.