MANILA — With his program and policy thrust of Building Better and More (BBM) housing for the Filipinos, National Housing Authority (NHA) General Manager Joeben Tai conducted an ocular of various ongoing housing projects of the agency in Zamboanga City.
Last Thursday (October 6, 2022), GM Tai visited NHA’s housing projects in Barangay Cabaluay, Zamboanga City, to check on the status of the housing projects, as well as the issues confronted at the project site, if there are any.
Cabaluay Place is a project under the Government Employees Housing Program (GEHP) intended to benefit 925 families. It comprises a two-story duplex housing unit of 80 square meters. Each house has two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a storage area. The project has a total land area of 222,427.25sqm that would generate 925 housing units.
Meanwhile, today, Friday (07 October 2022), GM Tai will inspect two more housing projects of the NHA namely: the Labuan Sea Breeze Subdivision and the Ayer Village Subdivision. These housing projects are intended for families who survived natural and man-made disasters.
The Labuan Sea Breeze shall serve as relocation for 411 fire victim families whose houses were destroyed by the 2018 fire incident. The project is expected to provide shelter to 1,265 families.
On the other hand, 109 families who were displaced and whose houses were destroyed during the armed conflict between the MNLF and the government shall be relocated to the Ayer Village. (ai/mtvn)
At present, Ayer village is in its 85.05% completion and is expected to be completed on January 26, 2023, while the first phase of Labuan Sea Breeze will be on July 10, 2022. The second phase of the said project will be completed in September 2023, respectively.