The municipality rejected the issuance of a permit for a 25-square-meter housing

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The municipality rejected the issuance of a permit for a 25-square-meter housing

The municipality rejected issuing permits for 25-square-meter housing.

Abdul Motehr Mohammadkhani, the spokesperson for the Tehran Municipality, rejected the news of constructing 25-square-meter housing in the city and stated that no construction permits have been issued or will be issued.

ISNA news agency quoted him as saying that in District 19 and in any other areas of the Tehran Municipality, no construction permits have been or will be issued for any residential units with a size of 25 square meters. The construction of micro-apartments with a size of 25 square meters in Tehran is fundamentally against the explicit regulations of the detailed plan.

According to him, based on the per capita law, the housing unit area in the detailed plan is 175 square meters per person, which for a young couple becomes 35 square meters. The issuance of a permit for such units is not common and is only possible in emergency situations.

Earlier, the Union of Construction Cooperatives in Tehran announced the implementation of a project to build 1,800 25 to 35 square meter apartments in the coming weeks.

Khashayar Bagherpour, the CEO of this union, stated that this project is planned to be implemented in District 19 of Tehran on an 11,000 square meter land, with the price of these units being less than one billion tomans, including furniture and initial equipment.


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