Housing authority holds talks with Sophia residents on major projects

Residents of North and South Sophia at the CH&PA consultations hosted at the Sophia Primary School. (DPI photo)

The first of a series of consultations by the Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) began last evening with residents of North and South Sophia.

The Department of Public Information (DPI) said that the Government of Guyana in collaboration with the Inter-Development Bank (IDB) will be embarking on a series of Infrastructure and developmental projects under the ‘Road Network Upgrade and Expansion Programme’  in several communities in the North and South Sophia community.

DPI said that proposed works include construction of roads and sidewalks, installation of street lights, upgrades to community grounds and buildings and subsidies for the construction of core homes and home improvements projects…..

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