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Infrastructure for upcoming housing projects completed

By M.ZOLJARGAL

The government started construction of housing projects complete with their own schools, kindergartens and hospitals in Bayangol Valley (located on the way to Nairamdal Camp), Nisekh (area surrounding Chinggis Khaan International Airport), and Yarmag.

However, the constructions were halted due to underdeveloped infrastructure in the areas.

The Ministry of Construction and Urban Development reported that the projects are set to resume shortly, as the required infrastructure projects have been completed, giving free access to electricity, sewage, drinking water, and heating pipelines to the areas.

As part of the weekly “Development Hour” meeting, a group of government delegates visited Buman Ulzii Apartments which are currently under construction in Bayangol Valley.

The Prime Minister, N.Altankhuyag, reported that the completion of infrastructure will allow the construction to run smoothly.

The total budget of 40 billion MNT for infrastructure development was financed from the Chinggis Bonds.

Housing for over 20,000 households alone, covering 410 hectares of land, will be constructed at Bayangol Valley.

Buman Ulzii LLC is building apartments for 5,000 households on every 20 hectares of land in Bayangol Valley. The first batch of the apartments has been completed and 500 households can move into their new homes immediately.

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