Firm plans 20,000 houses for Lusaka West project

A LOCAL firm plans to construct 20,000 houses in Lusaka West at an initial cost of US$1.8 million to reduce the housing deficit.
The project will comprise mixed residential houses, industrial and commercial facilities.

Vectron Consult project implementation specialist Musunka Silungwe said once the project is implemented, it is anticipated to create about 5,000 direct jobs and almost 8,000 indirect jobs.

The company is currently working on the project proposal and design to pave way for approval of the project by Zambia Environmental Management Agency and the planning authority.
“We plan to construct a housing unit in Lusaka West with an initial project amount of about US$1.8 million but the total roll-out must be about US$3.5 billion and the project will be a mixed…

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