Private developers bid to accommodate thousands of Ukrainians in modular homes
Move comes as cabinet prepares for revised accommodation strategy for refugees
Dozens of private developers have offered to build modular homes that could house up to 6,000 Ukrainian refugees across the country as part of a new government programme.
The Department of Integration launched a new nationwide plan in December to engage the private sector to build modular units, each of which can accommodate between 40 and 200 people.
The state is currently housing almost 60,000 Ukrainians in short-term accommodation, however ministers have been told in ...