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Each room is 14 m2 and has one private bathroom: due the usable surface area of these rooms, and in accordance with the applicable Grand Ducal Regulation of 25 February 1979, as amended, each room can only be occupied by one person. The rooms are equipped with a bed, a table, a chair, a wardrobe, a refrigerator and a television.
The rooms in the building are distributed as follows:
- Ground floor: eight rooms for persons with political refugee status receiving the guaranteed minimum wage;
- First floor: ten rooms for persons affected by a municipal decree to partially or totally close furnished rooms, by a fire or by eviction in Luxembourg City;
- Second floor: ten rooms for beneficiaries of the Red Cross's "Supervised Housing for Adults" (Logement encadré pour adultes) pilot project.
Applications must be made using the appropriate form. Incomplete applications will be returned to applicants by post, with a list of the missing documents needed to complete the application.
Applications, including all required certificates, are subject to a social enquiry conducted at the applicant's home. This enquiry may be carried out together with other social services involved in the case. Once the application has been reviewed and the social enquiry has been completed, the applicant will receive a receipt of acceptance confirming their registration on the waiting list.
Once per year, a letter is sent to all prospective tenants inviting them to update their application. Unconfirmed applications will be removed from the waiting list.