Ralf Niedmers

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Ralf Niedmers (2011)

Ralf Niedmers (* 28 November 1967 in Hamburg) is a German CDU politician and member of the Hamburg Parliament.


He is a real estate economist (ebs) and a board member of Wohnungsgenossenschaft Hamburg-Wandsbek von 1897 eG. Previously, he was Managing Director of PMC Immobilienmanagement GmbH.

From 1993 to 1997 he was a member of the Hamburg-Wandsbek district assembly. Since January 1996 he has been chairman of the Wandsbek CDU local association. Since 8 October 1997, Niedmers has been a member of the Hamburg Parliament. There he is a member of the Legal Committee, the Interior Committee, the Urban Development Committee and the Elbphilharmonie Parliamentary Investigation Committee. On 23 February 2020 Niedmers again succeeded in entering the Hamburg Parliament.[1]

He is married to Natalie Hochheim and has two children.

Web links

Commons: Ralf Niedmers– Collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual references

  1. Preliminary results of the 2020 parliamentary elections: elected members of the 22nd Hamburg Parliament.Statistical Office for Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein – Institution under public law – (Statistical Office North)., 24 February 2020, retrieved 10 March 2020.