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Housing Constructions to Rise
Economy, Domestic Economy

Housing Constructions to Rise

The share of large-scale housing construction projects from the housing sector activities is expected to increase up to 15 percent next year, director of the roads, housing and urban development research center told MNA.
The projected increase in industrial construction is part of a new comprehensive housing scheme prepared by the ministry of roads and urban development, Mohammad Shekarchizadeh stated. “The comprehensive plan is being studied by experts at the ministry right now,” he said.  
The new housing scheme is a blueprint on the basis of which all the major construction projects in different provinces will be included to be implemented during the course of the next couple of years, Shekarchizadeh said. “Therefore, a good deal of effort has been exerted by all departments affiliated with the roads and urban development ministry for drafting the comprehensive scheme,” he added.
The roads, housing and urban development research center was established in 1971 as a part of UNDP construction projects in Iran and became an independent organization in 1977 with the parliament approval.

 

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