Since the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, over 4,2 million Ukrainians have fled to neighbouring countries. Around 250,000 of them have been officially registered in Germany. The actual number of refugees in Germany may even be considerably higher as not everyone is registered.
In order to provide accommodation for these refugees, the German government has been exploring all possibilities to create reception facilities, community facilities and other accommodation for refugees. On March 11th, the first steps were taken and the Bundesrat submitted a resolution for the reintroduction of article 246, paragraph 14 of the Baugesetzbuch. This law gives municipalities and states the freedom to deviate from the zoning plan and other building regulations in order to create accommodation for refugees. This necessary reintroduction was accepted by the Bundestag on March 25th and will be in effect until 2024.
With our experience of providing temporary housing, Monoma Germany is ready to contribute and available as a valuable partner for transforming vacant real estate into accommodation for refugees in the short term. Do you want to know more about our solutions? We can help you with the housing of refugees!