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    Parliamentary services review the government's strategy to end the housing crisis within years

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    Post by Rocky Wed 11 Oct 2023, 2:45 pm

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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Member of the Parliamentary Services Committee, MP Baqir Al-Saadi, revealed today, Wednesday (October 11, 2023), the most prominent axes that the government is working on to end or alleviate the housing crisis in the coming years.
    Al-Saadi said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “the housing crisis in Iraq began gradually worsening more than 3 decades ago and has now entered its peak with the limited government and private sector projects in providing new units, which generated a crisis that led to the emergence of slums and encroachments on public property and lands.” Agriculture and cutting agricultural orchards, especially in the vicinity of major cities.
    He added, "The Sudanese government realized the seriousness of the housing crisis in its security, social, and psychological repercussions and creating great pressure on the main cities, including Baghdad," pointing out that "the government adopted a comprehensive road map that adopted 7 main axes, most notably the initiation of plans to build 15 new cities that will form near the next development road." From the ports of Al-Faw towards the south and center of the country and from there to the north near the border with Turkey.”
    He pointed out that "investment will be part of the solution to the housing crisis, but the government will revive its companies specialized in building cities through huge projects that will lead to reducing unit costs at high rates, especially since 80% of the segments that are in dire need of housing are middle and below the poverty line."
    He continued, "Private investment will witness greater flexibility in procedures with the adoption of mechanisms to determine the prices of housing units to suit all segments and not be exaggerated as is happening now," pointing out that "offering serviced lands before distributing them to residents is one of the options agreed upon and will be implemented." In all governorates starting in 2024.
    Last Monday, the Council of Ministers approved the transfer of 4 residential cities to specialized foreign and local companies, out of 20 residential cities that the government aims to advertise as investment opportunities.
    The four new cities will provide 200,000 housing units, that is, double the planned capacity of the city of Bismayah alone.
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