Seventy percent (70%) of the projects registered under the national housing programme, which aims to implement more than 1.2 million units, have been completed or are underway, according to a report presented Monday during the visit of Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad to housing projects in the capital.
According to the report drawn up by the Ministry of Housing, Urban Planning and the City, out of a total of 1,239,201 scheduled housing units, 199,753 units (16% of the programme) have been completed by 2020/2021 and another 667,727 units (54%) are under construction.
Construction works for another 371,721 programmed units has not yet started, which is 30% of the planned programme, according to the report.
Regarding the repartition of this programme by quotas, the report reveals 397,393 rental-sale housing units (AADL), of which 308,647 are under construction and 60,126 have been completed, and 226,104 public rental housing units (LPL), of which 151,087 are under construction and 56,493 units have been completed.
Up to 25 April, the number of public rental housing units (LPL) had reached 66,838 units (a figure which also includes housing completed before the end of 2020), according to the same source.
With regard to the projects delivered in 2020-2021, the number of housing units has reached 233,910, the same source adds.
The report issued by the province of Algiers indicates that the overall programme for the capital includes 174,105 units, of which 114,145 are of the rent-sale housing programme.
The report issued by the province of Algiers indicates that the overall programme for the capital includes 174,105 units, of which 114,145 are of the rent-sale housing programme, 18,085 are public rental housing programme (LPL), 14,321 are public promotional housing programme (LPP), 13,075 are social participatory housing (LSP), 13,203 are supported promotional housing programme (LPA) and 1,276 are from the National Fund for the Equalisation of Social Works (FNPOS).
The construction of 12,545 units (7%) has not yet been launched, according to the report, which also indicates that work has stopped on 12,085 units (7%).