The Myanmar Times
Thursday, 05 March 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Zoning plan in limbo as experts push for re-start

Yangon’s zoning plan is due for a restart after contentious discussions meant the process had ground to a halt, according to U Toe Aung, urban planner with Yangon City Development Committee.

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Amenities dropped to make housing project cheaper

Yangon Region will be home to another low-cost housing project, as governing authorities work to find accommodation for the city’s growing population.

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Moving into a memorable home

With so many of Yangon’s houses being built from the same mold, it is nice to see one with a bit of character.

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Large increase in building permits

Contractors have lined up at Yangon City Development Committee for building permits after the committee demolished several buildings being constructed without permits, according to a senior official.

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Yoma launches Galaxy Towers at Star City

Yoma Strategic Holdings began sales of its Galaxy Towers, a total of six high-rise luxury condos that will rise to between 25 and 28 stories.

 

 

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Market slows but no bursting bubble

Real estate experts are backing away from their bullish stances of a year ago, expecting a quieter market for 2015.

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Marvellous homes come at top dollar

There are marvellous homes in the city. Whether you find yourself planted in one, usually, is a matter of price.

 

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Dagon 2 changes mulled

The Myanmar Engineering Society has twice inspected the Dagon City 2 project, one of the  five large projects that were temporarily suspended near Shwedagon Pagoda last month.

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