Sat, 21 Oct 2017 09:06 - Updated Sat, 21 Oct 2017 09:06
Residences sale of Zango 8000 housing projects to start in 2018
Luanda - The completion of the social infrastructure of the Zango 8000 satelitte city will happen at the end of this year and the sales of residences are expected for the beginning of 2018.
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details of Zango 8000 satelitte city
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This was told to the press on Friday during a visited paid to the prject by the Minister of Spatial Development and Housing, Ana Paulo de Carvalho, noting that the delivery of the housing is dependent on completion of infrastructures such as road access, drainage ditches, basic sanitation, water and electricity grid.
On the occasion, the minister called on the contractors for greater engagement in the completion of the works.
The minister explained that the housing is completed, but to be delivered they need all infrastructures to be concluded.
The Zango 8000 satelitte city will count on two wastewater treatment plants with capacity for more than four thousand cubic meters per day.
The construction of the infrastructure began in the middle of the current year and it is taking place simultaneously the installation of the channel of drainage of rainwater in the main access road to city.
The Zango 8000 project has about 2.480 houses, 1.480 isolated, 1. 300 twinned and 2.597 buildings with typologies of T2, T3 and T4.
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