The work, which has already started in some areas, mainly concern the enhancement of network all at the sewer. In fact, many residents complain of sewage overflows. And the least we can say is that their complaints have not fallen in deaf ears. Thus, the government has made provision of funds for work involving the "wastewater disposal system, water crosslinking network and waterproofing."
In addition to the rehabilitation of homes NHDC, the government will invest a total of Rs 1.5 billion in the construction of other complexes of the same type. The goal is to help 20,000 families earning less than Rs 10,000 per month to own a home. This will be achieved in 10 years according to a study conducted by the officers of the Ministry of Housing and Lands.
The procedures for the construction of 258 houses, 83 at Grand-Bois and nearby places, 73 at Cité Chebel, 56 at Cottage and 46 at Beau Bois have already been engaged. The project cost is estimated at Rs 450 M. Work should start in late March and will be completed before the end of the year. Another similar project is gradually his way. It involves the construction of 225 houses on an area of 54 acres in Melrose, Mon-Goût, Petit-Bel-Air, Souillac, Surinam and Khoyratty.
In addition, the Ministry of Housing and Lands has taken the necessary arrangements for the sale of plots of land of the State, other than those on the No Geometric, with an area of not more than 422.087 square meters (10 perches) and which is home to the holders of a lease construction site, this at a fixed price as announced in the 2014 budget. To date, some 17,000 leaseholders, including those with a lease construction site in the Sites and Services Scheme, will gain lots under the new program.
Under the program of sale of land of the State in which there are ex-CHA houses to their owners initiated in 2007, some 9,998 owners, to date, already acquired their land and some 253 applications are being processed.