OUTAPI – The Outapi Town Council has about 4 000 people on its waiting list for houses, the town’s chief executive officer (CEO), Ananias Nashilongo, said at the weekend.
Speaking to the media, Nashilongo said 160 houses for residents in the middle-and high-income group will be built in Extension Nine at Outapi. The houses will sell for between N$200 000 and N$500 000.
The erven where the 160 houses will be constructed have already been allocated to the owners.
“Shev Property Development is servicing the land. The electrification is done, while the tarring of the streets and the installations of the sewerage system are ongoing,” Nashilongo said.
148 similar houses will be built at the town’s Extension 19, he said.
“Servicing of Extension 19 will be carried out in the near future as it is already approved by the ministry of urban and rural development,” Nashilongo said.
Pena Trading will service the land in Extension 19.
Shev Property Development and Pena Trading entered into public private partnerships (PPPs) with the Outapi Town Council. - Nampa