An integrated point of view is common practice in freshwater supply measures. The stakeholders in the freshwater supply regions gather various water quality and water quantity goals, respond to climate change, and factor in other interests of consumers. For example, the area processes involving water availability also address issues such as waterlogging, water quality, and climate adaptation. In many cases, water shortage and waterlogging are two sides of the same coin: water availability solutions often also constitute a solution to waterlogging. Increasingly more freshwater supply measures are being linked to spatial adaptation measures, especially those involving drought issues. The provinces of Noord-Holland and Flevoland have set up integrated Soil-Water programmes, in which farmers actively participate in solutions to water quality, water shortage, and waterlogging. The municipalities in Parkstad Limburg have developed ideas and measures to reduce the impact of both drought and waterlogging in the urban area. The joint fact-finding process exploring alternative water supply routes to the western part of the Netherlands also identifies opportunities for other functions and other regions, such as nature in lake Haringvliet.