ERP housing project for refugees (pictorial), pp. - PDF (1.7 MB)
I 0 00 FWOCHTLIN GW0n 0H NUN ". ,c f: e- HOESTII iN Ki It . 1460 WONHNUN 44*X44* 4PMLk~ d r^*1 $1 4**, XX 4 Ll4, S 4 4j 4 4 4 4 414*4 *I1*4,4*4 -~ r a sx rr x1 Tr' IT 4*4 4044& 1*4, *1 I~ _ _ b X P counterpart funds are helping s~ fianc plan fo 1000 reue homes.i:t r Abandoned airport at Neumuenster will now house village. ERP House Building for Refugees Progresses in Schleswig-Holstein Housing for refugees - 10,000 units in all - is going up in 26 towns and cities of Schleswig-Holstein. To be built in areas where steady jobs are likeliest, the entire project was initiated by the German Trade Union Federation at the suggestion of ECA. It has been designed as a guide for similar housing projects in other areas of west Germany. Trade unions, con- tractors and architects teamed up to work out eco- nomical designs for the biggest project of its kind yet undertaken in any state of postwar Germany. (Photogrdphs furnished by Arbeitsqemeinschaf fuher produkIxv e I Fluechllingshilfe of Kiel) I Tese units will give comnforabIl honies to '425 iunu*es. Concrete plant near Luebeck tumns out standard sections. At Koppeln, foundation walls are poured, forms re-used. I ,ing ies. ERP counterpart funds are helping finance plan for 10,000 refugee homes.
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