On Tuesday 28 March, PwC Luxembourg hosted a round table on the housing crisis with the participation of the minister of housing, Henri Kox (déi Gréng), as well as Max Hahn (DP), Max Leners (LSAP), Elisabeth Margue (CSV), Roy Reding (ADR), Nathalie Oberweis (déi Lénk) and Chloé Timmermann (Piratepartei).
How can we deal with the skyrocketing property prices in Luxembourg and the housing deficit?
During this event, participants were able to discover the priorities and concrete actions of the political parties for the 2023-2028 legislature. Their designated representatives on the issue of housing were also able to answer questions from their interlocutors.
We would like to thank PwC Luxembourg for hosting the event, as well as the Union des entreprises luxembourgeoises (UEL) and its members (ABBL, Aca, Chambre de commerce, Chambre des métiers, CLC, Fédération des artisans, Fedil and Horesca) for their support.
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This article was first published on Paperjam in French and translated for Delano.