The Minister of Housing is following up on the implementation rates of 2,064 housing units in the presidential initiative, “The Housing of All Egyptians” in the new city of Suez

Dr. Assem El-Gazzar, Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities, followed up with Eng. Asmaa Makhlouf, Head of the New Suez City Authority, the implementation rates of 2064 housing units, which are being implemented under the presidential initiative, “The Housing of All Egyptians.”

The minister pointed out the importance of this initiative in providing housing units suitable for different income segments, benefiting the people of the governorate, directing the need to pay attention to providing various facilities and services with the implementation of the targeted housing units.

Engineer Asmaa Makhlouf explained that she made an inspection tour to follow up on the progress of work in the urgent phase with an area of ​​300 acres in the new city of Suez, and to find out the percentage of completion of the works being implemented in the city.

Makhlouf indicated that the implementation rate in the residential sector in the units of the presidential initiative “housing for all Egyptians” for 86 buildings comprising 2064 housing units amounted to 65%, and in the infrastructure sector, the implementation rate in the water sector reached 34%, the drainage sector 75%, and in the road sector. 65%, stressing the need to take into account all quality standards and the business program.

And “Makhlouf” announced that the completion rate of the implementation of 8 shops in the commercial market reached 80%, in addition to the start of excavation and replacement work at the site of the implementation of the nursery, as well as the school in the service area, stressing the need to adhere to the technical specifications of the projects and the need to complete the works according to the specified time programs.

In the same context, Engineer Asmaa Makhlouf inspected the industrial wastewater treatment works at the liquid industrial waste treatment plant with a capacity of 52000 m3 in the first sector in Ataka, in the new city of Suez, in implementation of the directives of Dr. in new cities.

During the visit, the head of the agency stressed the integration of the treatment stages, starting from the reception of raw wastewater and reaching the dual-treated water efficiently and enhancing its utilization, stressing the necessity of accurate analysis of waste samples for companies and factories in the region and full control of the slope line and the ps1 drainage lifter.

In the same context, engineer Asmaa Makhlouf and officials of the agency met with representatives of the tourist villages south of Sumed in Ain Sukhna, to discuss the problems of water quantities and pressures in the tourism sector, which is fed from the desalination plant of the General Authority for the Economic Zone through an 800 mm water riser.

The head of the New Suez Authority reviewed the water system in the northwest of the Gulf of Suez and the changes that occurred in the region and the current expansions and the consequent increase in the withdrawal of water quantities in the tourist villages. To provide the necessary quantities of water and at appropriate pressures for all villages of the tourist sector, south of Sumid.

During the meeting, representatives of the tourist villages praised the agency’s role in promptly responding to complaints and taking into account the increase in consumption as a result of the summer season. The head of the agency stressed the need for joint coordination between the operation and maintenance department and the security department of the agency in monitoring the continuity and stability of water provision, as well as following up on the agreed operation process and law enforcement. on offenders.

Engineer Asmaa Makhlouf also directed the necessity of studying the water needs of future tourist villages, and linking that to future solutions for nutrition, stressing that the agency is keen on the continuity and regularity of pumping and that water is a strategic commodity to ensure development.

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