At the 12th coordination meeting of the Public Rental Housing Steering Committee, a member of the Public Rental Housing Steering Committee, Chairman of the Yangon Division Public Housing Project Supervision Committee, Yangon Mayor U Bo Htay said.
“I have been involved in the implementation of the public rental housing project, and I myself have been pushing the site,” said Rangoon Mayor Bo Htay.
In addition, the Myanmar Housing Entrepreneurs Federation (MCEF) is building 20 apartments under the Myanmar Construction Entrepreneurs Federation (MCEF) and 20 buildings under the Myanmar Licensed Contractors Association (MLCA), which will be completed by the end of July 2022.
“Each team has to build 97 buildings, so we are pushing for the remaining 77 buildings to be completed by the end of March 2023. We also want the infrastructure to be allowed to continue,” said Mayor Bo Htay.
In the first phase of the 10,000-unit public rental housing project, 28 buildings, 448 rooms in Nay Pyi Taw; 194 buildings in Yangon with 3104 rooms; 91 buildings in Mandalay; 1,456 rooms (313 buildings in total, 5,008 rooms) are under construction.
In Nay Pyi Taw, 94% of the construction work, 65% of the construction work, 56% of the construction work in Yangon, 34% of the construction work, 88% of the construction work in Mandalay and 88% of the construction work have been completed.
Similarly, among the infrastructure projects, an 8-inch water supply pipeline will be connected to the project site and can be used if needed. A 5-acre bus terminal has already been allocated, and negotiations will continue with YRTC, with City Mart opening a commercial area on 1.5 acres of land in accordance with the procedure.
In Mandalay, the public rental housing project is being built by the MDA, and the MDA will be allowed to continue the project infrastructure, and the contract will be extended for a second time in Yangon for 9 months, in Nay Pyi Taw for 1 month and in Mandalay for 3 months.
Public rental housing projects are being implemented in Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw and Mandalay for the benefit of civil servants, retirees and low-income people.