Ciego de Ávila’s municipal housing directorate has taken greater than ten years to transform 23 flats into an deserted constructing, in keeping with a notice printed by the provincial newspaper.
As talked about within the Invasor report, the primary part began in November 2018 and resulted in December 2019. Nonetheless, “4 years have handed since all this was written on the poster”.
The constructing in query is positioned at kilometer one and it continues to be an unused constructing. The workplace house shall be used for employees who’re nonetheless ready for the ultimate end result of this lengthy course of.
Eddy de la Pera Díaz, an investor on the Municipal Housing Directorate, commented to the aforementioned outlet, “A constructing with 20 flats, if they’re erected, is finished in a 12 months, and it’s not at zero, there isn’t any rationalization for what occurred there.”
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Activists They defined A number of elements contributed to the delay, such because the passage of Hurricane Irma and the affect of the pandemic. Additionally, the constructing’s job ebook was misplaced in a transfer together with different paperwork.
“The cash is there, housing has accredited an funding of about 34 million pesos this 12 months, and all of the assets are there, even the toilet cupboards for that constructing. There is no such thing as a issue on our half”, Yoel Martínez Ramos, Development Supervisor of Development UEB, eliminated himself from the tasks.
In the meantime, Mario Orlando Vázquez Alonso, one of many future residents of the constructing, not believes that he’ll be capable of get his home by the tip of the 12 months: “I consider it after I see it, as a result of there was rather a lot. That for a very long time, no we nonetheless really feel benefited. We proceed to undergo,” he mentioned.