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Togo's government plans to develop a new town near Grand Lomé.


Togo's government plans to develop a new town near Grand Lomé.

(First Togo) - To reduce traffic in the Grand Lomé region, Togolese officials intend to build a new town. Koffi Tsolenyanu, the urbanism minister, revealed the plan on World Habitat Day (October 3).

The project, according to the official, will be built out over 1,177 ha in Kpomé, in the Zio 1 municipality. The city, according to the minister, will "expand Togo's housing stock, preventing house scarcity and perverse repercussions of speculation which could, in the long term, damage more the most disadvantaged populations, concerning access to housing and a healthy habitat."

The government is prepared to give safe land to real estate investors looking to invest in affordable homes to help the initiative come to fruition. The authorities also intend to construct a number of highways leading to the property, according to the minister of urban planning.

Construction of 20,000 social housing units and a three-month cap on the deposit and rent guarantee are further measures made to improve housing in Togo.

The rest of the country will see the construction of more cities, according to the ministry of urban development.

Edward Esa

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