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Makeshift homes to be removed in four years

KUWAIT: The Public Authority for Housing Welfare has placed low-cost house project on its priority list, relying on amendments to law 36/2016 that were approved by both legislative and executive branches during Ramadan that lead to several choices for final implementation. If completed, makeshift houses in Sulaibiya and Taima will be removed within four years.

Sources said law 45/2007 commits the housing authority to establish a Kuwaiti shareholding company that designs, executes, operates and maintains low-cost homes to replace existing houses in Jahra and Sulaibiya.

Sources said that only one company submitted a bid earlier, which made the authority amend the law in cooperation with the National Assembly, allowing the housing care authority to consider several options to carry out the project. The low-cost home project will be built four kilometers south of Salmy Road, 45 km from Kuwait City.

By A Saleh

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