Belaribi: Distribution of significant number of housing units in various formats nationwide on November 1st

On the 1st of November, which coincides with the anniversary of the outbreak of the liberation revolution, a significant number of housing units will be distributed in all formats at the national level, as confirmed today, Monday in Algiers, by the Minister of Housing, Urbanism and the City, Tarek Belaribi.

Mr. Belaribi added, on the sidelines of a meeting with the Minister of Water Resources and Water Security, Karim Hosni, that preparations are currently underway to deliver a “good number” of housing in various formats across the 58 provinces, stressing that the ministry’s executives are currently carrying out field outputs at the level of all residential complexes to develop the implementation to speed up the pace of works and find solutions to all problems that may arise at the level of residential sites

On the other hand, in response to a question related to the date of the completion of the works of Algiers Mosque, Belaribi did not give a specific date, pointing out that “there are some works of a technical nature that have begun to be completed with the development of the roadmap.”

The Minister said that after the completion of these works, the Mosque of Algiers will be opened to citizens to perform their religious rites “as soon as possible”.

With regard to the meeting that brought together the two ministers today, it was devoted to transferring the task of managing small water tanks (one in each building) to the Ministry of Water Resources and Water Security, “to avoid duplication of management.”

In this regard, Belaribi said that it was agreed to hand over the task of managing small water tanks located in each residential building at the national level to the Ministry of Water Resources and Water Security, adding that this process is currently taking place gradually, with a percentage of 60 percent over the level of residential complexes in Sidi Abdallah (Algiers) and Bouinan (Blida), for example, until a unified management of these reservoirs is finally reached.

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