THOSE intending to buy land from Housing Authority's recently launched Phase 1B, Tacirua East Stage 2 can do so naw.
"These 81 residential class B lots make up only 7 per cent of the total 1121 lots that will be produced for the subdivision, range from 620 to 1991 square metres per lot and hold 99 year Native leases.
"The lots are located in a secluded section of the sub-division and have prime, elevated positions with panoramic ocean views and are targeted at middle and high income earners," HA general manager customer relations, Fantasha Lockington said.
"The large, fully serviced lots have sealed roads with access to electricity, water, sewage, and have provisions for telecommunication services to ensure that on purchase, the lot owner can build their dream home immediately.
"Those that have registered their interest via a Property Demand Survey form will still need to complete the Expression of Interest registration in order to be considered".
HA has advised those interested in purchasing a lot to contact a customer relations centre in either Suva or Nasinu or visit the site which has a map of the area as well as information of the various lots.
"The expression of interest will also be uploaded to the corporate website www.housingfiji.com and Facebook fan page www.facebook.com/housingauthorityfiji for ease of access.
"Access to these lots is through Dokonaisuva Rd off Khalsa Rd in Tacirua Heights.
"These lots are the result of the first phase of the development and work has already began on the second phase which is anticipated to yield an additional 200 lots ranging from 400 to 600 square metres per lot and will be specifically targeted at low and middle income families in the fourth quarter of this year.
"This is the first mixed development project for the nation undertaken by Housing Authority that will provide affordable housing options for low, middle and high income earners for at least 1121 Fijian families as well as commercial, light industrial and religious spaces that will allow local industries and communities to expand while providing employment opportunities for those that reside in and around the area."