HAVANA, Cuba.- In evaluating the implementation of the Housing Policy in the country until October, the President of the Republic of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, indicated that the new houses must be comfortable and durable.
The President also insisted on organizing in a different way the mechanisms so far established in the face of difficulties in the delivery of cement, that prevent progress at the expected pace of plans.
Vivian Rodriguez Salazar, director general of Housing, reported that until October the largest number of properties completed correspond to the effort of the population, with 14 thousand 295 built of about 7 thousand 170 planned,
The official further noted that Pinar del Rio is the province with the greatest violations in termination, as it does not have a constructive sequence in the running fund.
Advance in Paperwork
Data provided by Samuel Rodiles Planas, president of the Physical Planning Institute, guarantee that 16 thousand 105 homes concluded by the State have corresponding regulations, a very different situation compared to the beginning of the year.
However, problems remain in the documentation of subsidies in relation to building licenses and habitable certifications, especially in the provinces of Artemisa, Villa Clara and Santiago de Cuba.
In this regard, the Vice-President of the Council of Ministers, Ines Maria Chapman Waugh, commented that the University of Mayabeque develops a software to streamline and control the management of the procedures.
Miguel Diaz-Canel recognized the advances in documentation, but insisted on creating production capacities to build a home daily at municipality level.