IMM is starting another social housing project. The foundation of KİPTAŞ's third social housing project in the new period is laid in Tuzla with the participation of IMM President Ekrem İmamoğlu.
KİPTAŞ will lay the foundation of the new social housing project on the Anatolian Side. The program to be held in Tuzla will take place on Monday, May 31 at 11 o'clock with the participation of IMM President Ekrem İmamoğlu.
IMM will break new ground with the “KİPTAŞ Tuzla Meydan Evler” project, which consists of 149 residences and 9 commercial units. With the "Gray Water Recovery" system, which will be implemented for the first time in a social housing project, both those living in these houses and Istanbul will win. Thanks to the system in the environmentally friendly social housing project, the qualified waste water used in homes can be treated and used again in the reservoirs of toilet bowls and for garden irrigation.
APPLICATION PROCESS AND APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
All details of the project will be announced at the groundbreaking ceremony on Monday, May 31, and preliminary requests will begin to be received. In order to apply for the project, the applicant must be a citizen of the Republic of Turkey and be of age, not having an independent section with floor easement or condominium, registered in the deed of himself or his spouse, residing in Istanbul for at least one year and not having purchased a house from KİPTAŞ . In privileged groups; This condition will not be sought for the families of martyrs, war and duty invalids, widows and orphans, at least 40 percent disabled citizens and health workers. Applications for the project will be received online between 31 May and 14 June at 17.00. Participation fee can also be paid online by credit card or money order / EFT.
A PRIVILEGE FOR HEALTHCARE EMPLOYEES
As in the social housing projects of Silivri 4th Stage and KİPTAŞ İzmit Çınar Evler, the foundations of which were laid in the new period, healthcare workers who worked day and night during the epidemic period were not forgotten again and were included in the privileged group category.