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Project Profile

Construction of Satellite Township with Multi-storied Flat Building
at Section 9, Mirpur, Dhaka
Project Information
Details
Project Name:
Construction of Satellite Township with Multi-storied Flat Building at Section 9, Mirpur, Dhaka
Sector:
Housing
Department/Ministry:
Ministry of Housing and Public Works
Implementing Agency:
National Housing Authority
Location:
Mirpur, Dhaka
Estimated Capital Cost:
$30-80m
Approval:
Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approved the project on 14 November, 2012.
Background:
Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, grapples with being the largest and most densely populated city in the country, home to around 16 million people, with the population projected to double over the next 20 years, leading to a significant shortage in residential accommodation, particularly affordable housing, causing acute difficulties for families, prompting the National Housing Authority (NHA) to undertake initiatives such as developing a 5-acre plot of land in Mirpur, in the northwest part of Dhaka, for constructing an affordable housing complex.
Objective:
To increase the availability of affordable housing in a planned and structured manner and reduce the acute housing problems for middle income families. To investigate the use of modern technologies and materials so as to reduce the cost and time for development and construction.
Project Scope:
Design, construction, operation and maintenance of around 11 multistoried buildings providing residential accommodation and ancillary facilities (including, internal roads, footpath, utility facilities, landscaping etc).
Status:
The project is in Development phase.
Note:
CCEA approved (In Principle) on 14 November, 2012
Contract signed with Private Partner on 30 November, 2018
Private Partner: Tropical Homes Ltd.
Contact:

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Director (Finance)
Phone: +88 55007419
E-mail:
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Public Private Partnership Authority
Prime Minister's Office
Plot: E, 13-B, 1st Floor, Sherebangla Nagar
Agargaon, Dhaka-1207
Bangladesh.
Phone: +88 02 55007421
(Last updated 20 February 2024; subject to further revision.)
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