Singapore company is interested in NPHP project
Lahore: On Tuesday, Pomeroy Studio, a Singaporean building company, stated an interest in designing low-cost buildings in Punjab, a media source reports. The firm specializes in developing inexpensive real estate projects.
A number of the company's officials, under Jason Pomeroy's leadership, met with Mian Mehmood-ur-Rasheed, the Lahore Minister of Housing and Urban Development, where he told about low cost developments.
Pomeroy said that the company was using "prefabrication technology," which made it easier to build 40-story houses within 18 months. He added that they had a reputation in Singapore, Indonesia and Sweden for creating high-quality constructions.
In reply, Rasheed accepted their proposals regarding the growth of low-cost homes and said it would profit the provincial government from the experience and expertise of the company.
He repeated that the NPHP concentrated on ensuring accessible and high-quality mass accommodation; added that earlier the ambitious system had drawn investment interests in various countries.
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