BANGKOK – The government’s Civil State housing project has been well received by Thais, as more than 8,000 housing units have already been reserved.
Social Development and Human Security Minister Police General Adul Saengsingkaew revealed that a total of 8,537 units were reserved with the National Housing Authority (NHA) from July 6th – 15th.
Of this figure, 1,209 units are ready-to-move-in homes, while the remaining 7,328 units are currently under construction and will be completed in 18 months.
More homes are expected to be built in the future, due to the popularity of the housing project. Another 32 projects have a combined 10,156 units that will be built next year in Bangkok, its vicinity, and other provinces.
The projects await approval from the Cabinet and the Office of the Nation Economic and Social Development Board.