The lots drawn live, via public television, with streets, energy, water and sanitation, are destined to areas of housing, commerce, health, education, culture, leisure and services.
The campaign aims to facilitate access to infrastructured land for investments capable of generating jobs, competitiveness and increasing the potential for attracting Kilamba's centrality.
According to the administrator of EGTI - EP, Kilson Gouveia, the housing lots are divided for the construction of single-family (houses) and multi-family (buildings) buildings.
The official said that essentially public officials signed up for the campaign. "We are talking about employees who work in the Ministry of Health, Education, the police and also a relevant range of bank employees," he said.
Most of those registered are from the province of Luanda, and there are also other provinces and countries, namely Portugal, the United States of America and other African countries.
Kilson Gouveia referred that the process was "quite comprehensive", taking into account the forms of registration adopted, via online and in person.
The smallest lot is 15/25 meters, corresponding to 375 square meters of total area, the price of the land being calculated according to the gross construction area, typology of the architectural project and the number of floors.
The results of the draw can be consulted HERE.