Housing upgrades in pilot phase
28 April 2019 | Infrastructure
In the meantime, this project of the National Housing Enterprise (NHE) has called upon residents of these areas with erven registered in their name or who have lease agreements with the City of Windhoek, to register to have formal houses built. The erven should already be connected to basic services, including water and electricity.
According to media reports earlier this week, N$10 million is earmarked for this project. In order to qualify, residents must be Namibian citizens and must submit proof of ownership of land or a lease agreement, as well as proof of income.
The registration process already began on 16 April and residents have until 10 May to hand in their documents. Due to limited funding, only beneficiaries who meet all requirements, will be selected on a first-come, first-serve basis.
For more information, contact Virginia Tjitemisa at [email protected]