24 August 2014

Angola: Head of State Tackles Construction Plan At Broad Meeting

Luanda — The Angolan Head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, last Friday in Kilamba City, in Luanda, chaired a broad meeting which discussed the construction plan for Kilamba City and the transference of responsibilities from SONIP firm to IMOGESTIN for construction and trade of houses, ANGOP learnt in Luanda.

The participants in the meeting learnt of the viewpoint on Execution Plan situation of Kilamba City Construction and approved its perspectives of development, having also recommended the adjustment of the Master Plan of Kilamba, Camama and Cacuaco cities.

The meeting recommended also that the efforts to set up in Kilamba City social equipment and other infrastructures should proceed, in order to satisfy the needs of the populations and fix them in the residences.

Regarding the Housing Project management, the meeting concluded that the mentioned projects that were under SONIP management will continues to be public projects and the main objective is to improve its economic and financial sustainability without losing the social objective aim as part of National Programme of Urbanisation and Housing.

The meeting was attended by the Vice-President of the Republic, ministers of State, ministers of Urbanisation and Housing, Finance, Energy and Water, the governor of Luanda Province, administrators of Kilamba City, and the CEOs of SONANGOL and IMOGESTIN.

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