Thursday 31 July 2014
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Bahrain to spend $8bn on homes projects

Bahrain will spend around BD3 billion ($7.91 billion) on government homes and projects by 2017, according to Housing Minister Basem Al Hamer. Despite reoccurring challenges in the sector, 100,000 houses had been built and loans wo


Bahrain to build 6,000 houses in 6 months

Around 6,000 new government homes will be ready within the next six months, said a top official, adding they will be handed over to people who have been on a waiting list for 19 years. Almost half (45 per cent) of Bahrain's 54


New Bahrain housing project on target

Work on the Salmabad housing project is on target for units to be handed over by June-end, following directions from His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa. The Housing Ministry has co-ordinated efforts with


Bahrainis refuse to move into govt homes

Bahrainis waiting for government homes are refusing to move into newly-built apartment blocks because they want houses, it has emerged. More than 2,000 people in the Central Governorate alone are demanding houses instead of apartments, acc


Five-year wait for new Bahrain homes

Waiting times for government homes in Bahrain will be slashed from up to 18 years to a maximum of just five years, a government minister has pledged. Our sister newspaper Gulf Daily News (GDN) reported yesterday that the Housing Ministry w

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