I was trying to access something about the Teylers Museum Nomination File following Els's recent blog on the subject - but unfortunately the link to a summary of it on Wiki is a "permanent dead link"!
Whilst (unsuccessfully as yet!) searching further I did come across 2 other documents about Netherlands and WHS which might be of interest
a. A presentation by the NL "Cultural Heritage Agency
" titled "Preparing Serial World Heritage nominations in the Netherlands
" which is on the web site of the "Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltachts' World Heritage Ireland
" (I guess it must have the subject of a meeting with them)! It is undated but must have been from around 2014/5. It contains a summary of NL's "WHS Themes" as demonstrated in its latest T List (and, perhaps via some post hoc "rationalisation"!) in its inscribed sites too.
I noted 2 interesting aspects
a. The hint that NL might be/have been looking at linking with Finland for a transnational Sanitorium nomination with Paimio and Zonnestraal (Els notes the potential "competition" between the 2 in her Paimio review). This document from the Finnish Board of Antiquities from 2005 on the Paimio Nomination (presumably produced as part of the addtion of Paimio to Finland's T List in 2004?) refers significantly to Zonnestraal but doesn't conclude anything about (or even suggest) a transboundary approach. It wouldn't seem to be a "no runner" however, but Finland would have to choose between a transnational nomination based on the growth of modern medical approaches to public health or a paeon to the architecture of Avo Aalto. I would have thought that the former would have had a better chance! See - http://www.nba.fi/fi/File/410/nomination-of-paimio-hospital.pdf
b. Quite a lot of (early) details about the "Colonies of Benevolence
" nomination - costs, organisation of the transboundary aspects etc etc
See http://www.worldheritageireland.ie/fileadmin/user_upload/documents/Preparing_Serial_W orld_Heritage_Nominations_in_the_Netherlands_-_Dre_van__Marrewijk.pdf
The second document was (undated, but, from the text probably early 2013) from the NL "RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR THE HERITAGE AND HISTORY OF THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE AND URBAN ENVIRONMENT
" titled "The Future of World Heritage The Netherlands and the UNESCO World Heritage Convention
". A lot of it is standard WHS background but Chapter 2 "The Netherlands and World Heritage"
includes statements about how NL managed/coordinated its 4 year period on the WHC.. Some countries at least do more than just "turn up". "play it by ear" and support their political/cultural allies!
See - http://www.ghhpw.com/future_world_heritage.pdf