WINDHOEK, 24 MAY – The City of Windhoek (CoW) is committed to delivering 4 554 serviced erven over the next five years as part of their strategic plan, its Chief Executive Officer, Robert Kahimise has said.
This comes after the CoW partnered with 13 developers through a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) agreement to ensure the delivery of these erven.
Speaking at the Rocky Crest extension 4 ground-breaking ceremony, Kahimise stated that the partners will assist with resources and their expertise.
“The development partners will provide the financing and technical expertise to enable the servicing of the land and construction of houses,” he said.
Areas to be serviced are Rocky Crest extensions (Ext) 5 and 6; Kleine Kuppe Ext 1; Auasblick Ext 1; Klein Windhoek Ext 4; Cimbebasia Ext 7; Otjomuise Ext 4, 5 and 12; Khomasdal Ext 4; Prosperita and Academia Ext 1.
Kahimise added that so far, 654 erven in Otjomuise Ext 4, 5 and Academia Ext 1 have been serviced and sold.
The CEO further stated that the available land in these extensions will be released within the next two months.