July 20, 2024

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About 50 billion dinars for VRDs

About 50 billion dinars for VRDs

The AADL site of Hauch Errih continues to be spoken of on the heights of Meftah in Blida Vilaya. The site, which has 6,500 housing units, was visited this Sunday by four ministers: Housing, Posts and Telecoms, Hydraulics and Energy.

At the site, Minister of Housing and Urban Planning Tarek Belaribi revealed the enormous financial outlay for the VRD and the stabilization of the hilly site. “We have come to inquire about the progress of the work and the problems arising in this urban center, whose work is nearing completion,” explained Tarek Belarbi in front. transmission system.

The four ministers noted the progress of the exterior development of the future AADL city of Hauch Errih at the site. “Almost 50 billion dinars have been spent on VRD, retaining walls and stabilization systems,” the housing minister revealed, noting that the concern was to “properly stabilize the site” and that is what “we have achieved.”

Cité AADL Houch Errih: Belaribi promises an integrated urban center

That means each housing unit costs 7.6 million dinars in VRD and retaining walls alone, which is enormous. To this cost, we have to add house construction work.

Regarding the progress of the construction site, the Housing Minister said that everything is almost complete. “The Houch Errih site has 15 public facilities, including a post office,” he said.

According to the minister, the Haouch Errih site will have primary schools, CEM, high schools, polyclinic, police station, automatic teller machines (ATM), fiber optics, etc.

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“As far as hygiene is concerned, there is no problem. The work will be completed in one or two months,” he said, promising an integrated urban center with all necessary public facilities. The housing minister did not give a fixed date for the delivery of the Hauch Errih site. “Normally, I don’t give deadlines for the delivery of projects,” replied Tarek Belaribi for reasons he did not explain.

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