Egypt has been scuttling to prepared new Dwellings for Thousands of Mid-Level Civil Servants anticipated to move to the New City
By Abdul Rahman Bangura–
NEW AFRICA BUSINESS NEWS (NABN) Freetown, Sierra Leone- Egypt has swiveled to classified creators to build expensive residential communities within the prominent new capital, which is designed for more than six million people to live in over 168 square kilometers beyond Cairo’s outer reaches.
Nonetheless, the administration ministries are primarily detailed. Additional regions of the new city and transport connections are quiet under construction. Several Egyptians concern, it will be unavailable and unaffordable for them. The administration started up building public housing in Badr City, near to the new capital’s borders, forth of the arrival of the first civil servants, officials said on August 16th, 2021.
On Saturday, Sisi inducted ,9,024 housing units in the now-completed first phase. Following 4,704 units are under construction in a second phase.
“The housing is ready. Not just the housing, but also the infrastructure, the electricity, water, gas, telephones, internet,” Ammar Mandour, Head of the Badr City Development Authority, told journalists.
The stretching complex of public housing in Badr City is made up of equip six-story apartment blocs, with four apartments on each floor. Many were bandaged with banners the height of the buildings and bearing the photograph of the president.
“The decision to start transferring employees is sovereign and political. The moment the employees are transferred to the new capital, we are ready,” Mandour told.
The government late last year began building public housing within the capital itself, announced Abdul Muttalib Mamdouh, Deputy Head of the Sate New Urban Communities Authority.
“We began with 100,000 units. If we multiply that by four people in a family, that means today we have housing for 400,000 people,” he explained, expanding that delivery of the first units would start in December.
For New Africa Business News (NABN) Abdul Rahman Bangura Reports, Africa Correspondent