May 31, 2024 | 07:00 GMT+7

Some 8 more social housing projects approved in southern Long An province

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Under the projects, 5,000 more apartments will be supplied.

Under a social housing development plan recently approved by  the People’s Committee of the Mekong Delta province of Long An, eight more social housing projects will be implemented in 2024

These projects will cover 6.4 ha and supply nearly 5,000 apartments, of which some 460 units are scheduled to be completed sometime this year.

The plan will focus on removing difficulties and obstacles to accelerate construction of the social housing projects, particularly challenges relating to site clearance and administrative procedures.

It will also create favorable conditions to encourage businesses and people to invest in social housing projects, particularly building houses for workers in industrial parks and industrial clusters.

The province has so far put into operation 7 social housing projects, providing nearly 1,900 apartments for 8,000 low income earners.

Meanwhile, 21 other projects are under construction with 15,500 apartments.

The province targets to develop over 71,200 social houses by 2030.



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