Orlando Veloso’s New Cities

Orlando Veloso, former Director of SONIP, that organized a construction project involving the state company, Sonangol, declared the event of 3 new cities specifically, Zango 8000, KK 5000 and CIF 5000. This project included the development of colleges, water treatment plants, construction facilities, electricity stations, social services furthermore as reserved areas for personal investment corporations.

During the sales of the primary section of the project, there were some unforeseen delays within the distribution of homes. Orlando Veloso admitted that it absolutely was a challenge and a learning stage for the entire team and so, he later targeted on increasing information management of contracts, modification of services and reduction within the sale queues.

So on March 2014, Orlando Veloso declared the involvement of recent agents within the methodology of sale and distribution of homes. This helped contour the project and it fast-tracked the allotment and get of flats that were in high demand.

Orlando Veloso, the CEO of SONIP Addresses Housing problems

While Orlando Veloso was SONIP’s director, the firm responsible for building projects involving Sonangol, the state oil corporation, he announced the creation of three new towns. These towns were called Zango 8000, KK 5000 and CIF 5000 and were to be constructed in the capital of the country.

These new towns were the initiative of the Angolan government to create a residential community with the amenities needed to address housing issues that affect many families, regardless of their social status and professional class.

Orlando Veloso mentioned project included reserved zones for construction schools, water treatment plants, catchment centers, energy stations, social facilities and private investment companies.

In order to help streamline the project and rapidly monitor the distribution and purchase of high demand apartments, Orlando Veloso indicated the involvement of new authorities in the method of selling and distributing homes.

Sonangol Group’s Construction Projects led by Orlando Veloso

The Sonangol Group is an organization established in 1976 based in Luanda, Angolan Oil and Gas. This group consists of several subsidiaries including Sonangol EP. In 2010, Angola had proven oil reserves worth BBL 9.5 billion, according to Oil and Gas Journal. This makes it Africa’s second largest oil producer.

Orlando Veloso was The Sonangol Group’s senior engineer before becoming SONIP’s director. SONIP was previously known as DENG’s “Engineering Department.” Orlando Veloso, SONIP’s director, managed and structured building projects involving Sonangol, the state oil corporation.

Orlando Veloso announced the construction of three new cities namely, Zango 8000, KK 5000 and CIF 5000, in his project which would be built in the capital of the country, totalling to 18000 residences. This project included the construction of schools, water treatment plants, catchment facilities, electricity stations, social services as well as reserved areas for private investment companies.

ORLANDO VELOSO – Chief Operating Officer of SONIP

Orlando Veloso is a retired engineer of The Sonangol group, associate of Angolan oil and gas service, that was remodeled into SONIP. Orlando Veloso was then appointed as the chief operating officer of SONIP, a corporation in charge of construction involving the state company. Throughout his time in SONIP, Orlando Veloso lead the development of 3 new cities across the country. These new cities were an initiative of the Angolan government to construct a residential society with necessary amenities so as to deal with housing problems that affected several families, no matter their position and skilled category. 

Orlando Veloso proclaimed that the new cities particularly, Zango 8000, KK 5000 and CIF 5000, would be built within the capital of the country, totalling to 18000 residences. This project included the construction of colleges, water treatment plants, structure facilities, electricity stations, social services similarly as reserved areas for personal investment firms.

During the primary phase, that was conjointly a learning stage for the project and everybody concerned, there had been unforeseen delays within the distribution of homes due to high demand. Orlando Veloso was concentrated on increasing knowledge management of contracts, amendment of services and reduction within the sale queues. Therefore on March 2014, Orlando Veloso declared the involvement of latest agents within the methodology of sale and distribution of homes. This helped organize the project and it fast-tracked the allotment and sale of flats that were in high demand. 

A little background in The Sonangol Group; it is a parastatal Angolan oil and gas founded in Luanda in 1976. The group is made up of Sonangol EP, SONIP and many subsidiaries. According to statistics from the Oil and Gas Journal, Angola had demonstrated oil reserves worth BBL 9.5 trillion in 2010, making it the second biggest oil producer in Africa.

Zango 8000 Introduces Houses Available for Sale

The then Chief Operating Officer of SONIP, Orlando Veloso, visited a few new cities being built in the country’s capital, including “Zango 8 Thousand,” “KK 5 Thousand” and “CIF 5 Thousand,” totalling eighteen thousand houses.

This year, at least 2600 of the eight thousand houses built in Zango are starting to sell. After completion of the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP), the remaining 8,000 houses in Zango 0, Zango Intermédio and Zango will be ready for sale in the second phase.

At this stage, Zango 0 has 400 residences for sale. At the beginning of these houses ‘ sales, which is expected to take place next October, there is currently no definitive date.

In the case of Intermediate Zango, there is already a housing demand and a plan to build up to three floors with public-private partnerships, as the government remains only the placement of the asphalt carpet and covers the sewage network.

More inspection is promised in terms of continuing the embargoed works in the Intermediate Zango, fighting against these practices and avoiding future issues.

Residences on Sale in Zango 8000

SONIP’s then CEO, Orlando Veloso, paid a visit to three new building cities in the country’s capital, namely “Zango Eight Thousand,” “KK Five Thousand” and “CIF Five Thousand,” totaling 18,000 houses.

This year, at least 2600 of the 8000 houses built in Zango are starting to sell. After the completion of the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP), the remaining 8,000 houses in Zango 0, Zango Intermédio and Zango will be ready for sale in the second phase.

At this stage, Zango 0 has 400 residences for sale. There is currently no definitive date on the start of these houses ‘ sales, which is expected to happen next October.

In the case of Intermediate Zango, there’s already a housing stock and a plan for building up to three floors with public-private partnerships, as the government remains only the placement of the asphalt carpet and the sewage network covers.

With regard to the continuation of the embargoed works in the Intermediate Zango, greater inspection is promised, to fight against these practices and to avoid future issues.

Transformation of SONIP House Trading Operations

The CEO of SONIP, Orlando Veloso, declared a visit on Sunday in Luanda to the three new cities under development in the capital of the country, namely “Zango Eight Thousand”, “KK Five Thousand” and “CIF Five Thousand”, in total of 18,000 residences.

The three housing projects include the construction of primary and secondary schools, pre-schools, water systems, catchment facilities, electricity stations, as well as social care and/or public organizations reserved areas and other private investment facilities.

Orlando Veloso spoke with the media and said that registrations for the sale of a house were not yet open, but the primary concern was of those who had paid for the houses, particularly those in Luanda, will be based on new criteria to be announced.

He said the new buildings are part of the program of Angolan government to build houses in the different provinces of the country to address housing issues that hit many families, regardless of their social status and professional class.

Development of Latest Cities – Zango, KK and CIF

The statement was issued on March 2014 in Luanda by the Chairman of the SONIP Committee Chief, Orlando Veloso, who paid a visit to the new cities under construction in the country’s capital, “Zango oito mil (Zango 8 Thousand)”, “KK cinco mil (KK 5 Thousand)” and “CIF cinco mil (CIF 5 Thousand)”,with a total of 18,000 houses in particular.

The Zango’s new location is being built on an area of 416 hectares. It includes eight thousand combined model economic units, including 2,780 single-family homes (including twin houses) and 5,220 buildings.

Contrary to this public housing, the “KK 5000” occupies a 75-hectare area and is characterized as a public housing consisting of 188 buildings, over a total of 5,000 flats, distributed by 2 blocks.

Diversely, the “Cif-5,000,” jointly placed close to Kilamba’s position, includes the development of 5,000 residences, and in June 2012, the same as “Zango Eight,000” began to be built.

The 3 residential properties consist of the construction of primary and secondary schools, preschools, water treatment facilities, building centers, electricity networks, as well as areas reserved for social services and/or public establishments and others on the personal investment market.

The initial range encompasses 710 buildings, 24 creches, 9 primary schools, 8 secondary schools, and 50 km of roads. The development was intended to be created in 3 phases, with a total of 82,000 flats in a 54 sq area. Kilometers.

The KK will be the primary city to be completely finished, in order to benefit a portion of citizens who have already paid the state and are waiting for the housing, by SONIP chief commission chairman Orlando Veloso.

Building Three New Cities

On March 2014, SONIP President Orlando Veloso announced a visit to three new cities being built in the country’s capital, that totalled 18000 houses in “Zango oito mil (Zango Eight Thousand)”, “KK cinco mil (KK 5 Thousand)” and “CIF cinco mil (CIF 5 Thousand)”.

Built on an area of 416 hectares is the new Zango which comprises 8,000 units of combined economic model, of which 2,780 single-family homes (including twin houses) and 5,220 buildings.

The “KK 5000” occupies a 75-hectare neighbourhood unlike this public housing and is characterized as a public housing consisting of 188 buildings, spread over 2 blocks in a total of 5,000 residences.

The “Cif-5 thousand,” on the other hand, further settled close to Kilamba’s spatial relationship, including the development of 5,000 residences, and began to be built in June 2012, almost like “Zango Eight Thousand.”

The 3 housing is epitomized in the construction of primary and secondary schools, kindergartens, water treatment facilities, structure centres, electricity networks as well as areas reserved for social services and/or public establishments and others on the financial stake market.

The initial area includes 9 primary faculties, 8 secondary faculties, 710 buildings, 24 daycare centers, and 50 km of roads. The project was intended to be developed in three phases, with a total of 82,000 residences in a 54 square kilometre district.

The KK is the first to be completed to benefit a substantial part of the citizens who have already paid the state and are waiting for the dwellings, according to SONIP Chief Commission Chairman Orlando Veloso.

Zango, KK and CIF – Building three new cities!

The announcement was made on March 2014 by SONIP President Orlando Veloso in the national capital of a visit to three new cities under construction in the country’s capital, “Zango oito mil (Zango Eight Thousand)”, “KK cinco mil (KK 5 Thousand)” and “CIF cinco mil (CIF 5 Thousand)”, totalling 18,000 houses.

The new Zango is being built on a 416-hectare area. It includes eight thousand combined model economic units, of which 2,780 single-family homes (including twin houses) and 5,220 buildings.

Unlike this public housing, the “KK 5000” occupies a 75-hectare neighborhood and is characterized as a public housing consisting of 188 buildings, in a total of 5,000 residences, spread over 2 blocks.

On the other hand, the “Cif-5 thousand,” further settled close to Kilamba’s spatial relationship, including the development of 5,000 residences, and began to be erected in June 2012, almost like “Zango Eight Thousand.”

The 3 housing is characterized by the development of primary and secondary schools, kindergartens, water treatment plants, structure centres, electricity networks, as well as areas reserved for social services and/or public establishments and another on the personal investment market.

The initial scope includes 710 buildings, 24 crèches, 9 primary faculties, 8 secondary faculties, and 50 kilometres of roads. The project was designed to be developed in 3 phases, with a total of 82,000 residences in a 54 sq.km neighbourhood.

According to SONIP Chief Commission Chairman Orlando Veloso, the KK is the primary to be fully completed, to benefit a part of the citizens who have already paid the state and are waiting for the housing.

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