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October 12, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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The much awaited Public Rental Board flats in Raiwai, Suva is expected to be completed by December this year.

PRB’s general manager, Mesake Senibulu told FijiLive that the 180 one bedroom flats and 90 two bedroom flats will be completed by this year and be given on rent to families that wish to stay here.

The China Railway contractors are building three blocks consisting of 46 flats.

Senibulu also added that this was a boost in Fiji’s housing cooperates as it will definitely not only bring in revenue for the nation but provide comfort housing for middle income earners.

However, the $20 million dollar loan that had been issued by the Exim Bank of China is expected to be paid through the revenues paid the occupants of these flats.

By Indrani Krishna
 

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