Hanoi Party Secretary inspects housing project for low-income earners

Published: 05/04/2011 05:00



VietNamNet Bridge
– The public is now angry with advertisements for houses for low-income earners
in Hanoi. The
city’s Party Secretary Pham Quang Nghi on April 4 made a visit to an apartment block for low-income earners
in Kien Hung ward, Ha Dong district.

The Hanoi Party Chief paid a visit to some families in the
apartment block and checked some apartments that are transferring to low-income

According to the investor, Vinaconex Xuan Mai company, the
apartment block includes 328 apartments, averaging 64 square meters. The
investors signed contracts with 102 poor families. The remaining 266 apartments
will be sold in the form of drawing lots. However, all participants in the draw
must prove that they are low-income earners. The investor has handed over five
apartments. The remaining will be passed to buyers in April.

This apartment block is one of the five buildings for
low-income earners built in Kien Hung ward, Ha Dong district, with a total of
1,512 apartments. Over 3,500 low-income earners have registered to buy 864
constructed apartments.

Responding to advertisements to sell houses for low-income
earners in Kien Hung ward that were posted on the Internet several days ago, the
Hanoi Department of Construction’s Deputy Director Nguyen Quoc Tuan said the
department and Hanoi
police are investigating the case. The apartments that are offered for sales
will be revoked. The department and the investor will make inspection to ensure
that apartments are sold to low-income families.

“We asked investors to make agreements with buyers. If the
buyers break the regulations, their apartments will be revoked,” Tuan said.

Vice Chair Phi Thai Binh admitted that the most difficult stage in housing
projects for low-income earners is housing distribution.

Party Secretary Nghi asked relevant agencies to urgently
investigate and deal with the trade of apartments for low-income families.

“Any case of violation must be penalized. Apartments that are already sold but are not
used for a long time or leased must be revoked. Those who buy apartments to
trade them will be fined while the apartments will be revoked,” Mr. Nghi said.

is implementing 11 projects to build houses for the poor.


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