21/06/2016 07h06 - Updated 21/06/2016 13h38

New amendments create Mapping System of Housing Areas

The proposal is intended to meet the need for families living in risk areas in Manaus.
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Aiming to meet the needs of families living in risk areas in Manaus, Councilman Everaldo Farias (PV), presented an amendment to the Budget Guidelines Law (LDO) 2017, which provides for the creation of a System of Social Interest Areas Mapping for Housing Promotion, enabling the implementation of projects in the sector.

In other complementary amendment, Councilman asks after found areas, the municipality start the process of land and urban regulation for the implementation of policies and housing programs in the capital. The amendments shall be examined by the full Legislature this week, which is the last, before the parliamentary recess.

"We need to establish concrete policies urgency in order to meet the need to resettle families with housing in risk areas to provide areas of implementation of housing projects. We know that, currently, there is great demand for housing in our city and we need to win two great enemies of citizenship: the lack of decent housing and land regularization ", Councilman emphasized.

In the preparation of the Master Plan, backed by the City Statute (lei 10.257/01), It stated that the Municipal Power needs to pursue the social functions of the city and property as fundamental goals of urban planning. In addition to incentive and production of social housing through the areas of mapping.

"Our amendments are backed by the guidelines of the Director of Manaus Plan. Proposals will be evaluated this week and we are confident that our amendments will be included in the budget law. This subject is one of the many, that deserve close attention by the Government. We need to provide more dignity in this sector for the capital's population ", concluded Everaldo.

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