180 euros per month for renting land in Greek islands for closed refugee centers
180 euros per month for renting land in Samos, Kos, Leros for closed refugee centers
With a monthly rent of 180 euros per morning, the ministry is looking for land on the islands
With a monthly rent of 180 euros per morning, the Ministry of Immigration and Asylum is looking for land in Samos, Kos and Leros to create closed housing structures for immigrants and refugees that will remain in place until 2030. Decisions by the responsible minister Notis Mitarakis express the corresponding interest requests for the leasing of land in certain areas of these 3 islands, where already closed controlled centers will “run”.
These are areas at the location “ZERVOU” of the municipality of East Samos, Vatheos municipality, for the expansion of the reception center, at the location “STRATOPEDO KAPETAN LAZARI”, area “Mesovouni”, municipality of Kos, for the expansion of the existing center location “Lakki Bay” the municipality of Leros to relocate the existing structure.
The term of the above-mentioned rental contracts begins with the signing of the contract and ends on December 31, 2025. The Ministry of Immigration and Asylum reserves the right to optionally extend the lease in writing for a further 5 years with the same lease and the same conditions. The monthly rent for the entire rental period is 180.00 euros per morning.
With regard to payment, the full amount corresponding to the monthly rent from the signing of the contract until 12/31/2020 will be paid in advance to the landlord within 2 months of signing the rental agreement. From 1-1-2021 to 31-12-2025, monthly rentals are paid in advance every six months, within 2 months from the beginning of this semester.
The right to apply is natural or legal persons of the country or abroad who have their exclusive property, their prefecture and their property in the above positions, as well as landlords-tenants of these areas, if they have given their written consent present to the responsible person. .