Several thousand Ukrainian war refugees live in Stuttgart privately, in hotels or halls. Where should they find accommodation when there is a shortage of housing? A new working group will launch a study on the issue on Wednesday. The first answers appear.
After the first war, the situation of refugees from Ukraine has eased somewhat so far. According to city data, there have been about 6,900 people so far Stuttgart accommodated, about 3500 in private persons, about 3400 in administrative hotels, hostels and halls. But now the city is facing a new challenge: where should these people find accommodation in the state capital in the medium to even long term?