Mon, 24 Apr 2017 18:36 - Updated Mon, 24 Apr 2017 18:36
10,000 new dwellings for second stage of Kilamba city
Luanda - Ten thousand new dwellings will be built in the second stage of the satellite Kilamba city, Luanda, Angop has learnt.
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Construction minister, Artur Fortunato
Photo: Lucas Neto
The award ceremony and launch of the first stone for construction of USD 607.3 million project took place Monday in Luanda.
The 28-month infrastructure comprises the update of the master plan of Kilamba city in a total area of 17.8 square kilometers.
The project includes construction of the road network, water and energy supply system, public lighting, telecommunication, wastewater and rainwater system, as well as green spaces.
The conditions will enable the private sector to acquire the properly-structured lots and implement its real estate project.
The contract was signed by António Teixeira Flor, on behalf of the Coordination Office for the construction and urban development of Kilamba, Camama and Cacuaco cities, while Hu Ping signed for the company CITIC Construction.
The minister of Construction, Artur Fortunado, who was addressing the ceremony, said that the new vesion of urban development allows the State to spend less on investment, at the same time it boosts the private sector, with a view to getting back what it spent on infrastructure.
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