As a result, the President's Office presented an updated housing recovery plan to Western politicians and diplomats as part of the Fast Recovery Plan, which included the involvement of international donors.
At the same time, some progress has been made. In April 2022, the government passed a resolution allowing the construction and purchase of housing for internally displaced persons.
As a result, communities took advantage of this opportunity and allocated appropriate land plots. For example, 179 hectares were allocated in Kirovohrad region for the construction of 25 houses with 2,000 apartments, a program worth UAH 50 million was approved in Lviv region to complete the construction of 13 houses for IDPs, and the first land bank in Ukraine for the construction of housing for IDPs was registered in Zakarpattia region.
In Irpin, which suffered from occupation and hostilities, a 7-hectare area was allocated for the construction of five-story buildings with a total area of 50,000 square meters.
Thus, during the year of war, the state made attempts to solve the problem of crisis housing. Overall, as of the beginning of 2023, about 17% of the population was in need of housing, which is high, but not critical.
The second, no less negative, aspect is the crisis in the housing market. Thus, according to a study by Ernst & Young (EY), the scale of destruction of Ukrainian real estate exceeds the amount of housing put into service over the past seven years.