According to António da Silva Neto, director-general of the National Institute for Housing (INH), the institute presented a proposal to start rehabilitating the houses of this project that were the target of acts of vandalism in two stages, with the first phase including the 1400 dwellings – of the T3 type and comprising semi-detached houses and apartments – that will be sold under the housing loan, writes Angop.
In addition, he added, the entity will also inspect the housing project, in order to identify what has already been accomplished and plan new steps.
Cited by Angop, the official explained that the applications will be submitted after the restoration of the houses has been completed. These, he added, will have to be approved by the INH and after this validation, candidates will be able to go to the bank to negotiate the credit.
The director-general of the INH also made it known that it is estimated that the housing credit will also include housing to be built in the Marconi and Kalawenda housing projects, and also in Vida Pacifica - where three more buildings are expected to be delivered this month that had been targeted of acts of vandalism, writes Angop.
The KK-5800 project was designed to accommodate 5800 dwellings as well as 34.800 tenants, being installed in a perimeter of 67,733 square meters.