Capital Language Solutions | 2015 November

November, 2015

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Urban development is back on the agenda in a big way in Germany. Faced with a shortage of affordable housing, a lack of accommodation for large numbers of refugees arriving this year (and set to arrive next year) and a rise in the number of individual households, it’s clear that there is a desperate need for new residential real estate. The way people work and shop is also changing, and …


 The new Bundesmeldegesetz (Federal Citizens’ Registration Act) came into force on 01.11.2015 and it looks like many of Germany’s tenants and landlords are not quite up-to-speed on their obligations under this new piece of legislation. German lawmakers seem to be among the most effective in the world at increasing red tape and adding to the burden of both the country’s businesses and ordinary citizens—and this is no exception. Read on …