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CH&PA to address complaints by residents on bad road networks in housing schemes


'Dream Realised' Housing Drive held at Shieldstown Cricket Ground, Region 5 in November (Photo: CH&PA)

The Ministry of Housing has allocated more than 20,000 house lots in 2022 through the ‘Dream Realised’ initiative.


In addition, hundreds of citizens were able to move into their brand new homes, constructed through support from the local private sector.


Chief Executive Officer of the Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) Sherwyn Greaves says residents in several existing housing schemes have been complaining of bad road networks.


Chief Executive Officer of the Central Housing and Planning Authority Sherwyn Greaves (Photo: CH&PA)

Greaves promises these issues will be addressed in the first quarter of the new year.


“We are going to be doing massive infrastructure works in existing housing schemes. By the end of April, that will no longer be a complaint,”


Greaves says this is just one part of an aggressive agenda the agency will be undertaking in the new year.


He hinted that work will begin soon on Silica City – a smart city touted as a sustainable, efficient, carbon-free destination with contemporary housing.


“There have been many more achievements and I don’t want to go into them at this point in time but what I can say, in 2023, we can look forward to much more from the agency. 2023 will be an exciting year for us all.”


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