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March 29, 2023

Henri Coanda residential complex left neglected

The National Housing Agency (ANL) was supposed to have erected over 1,100 villas in a north Bucharest district by now, according to “Romania Libera” daily newspaper. However, the so-called complex has neither roads, nor utilities and not even half of the constructions have been finished. The residential complex is situated in the area Sere Pipera – Aeroportul Baneasa – Voluntari Commune and stretches across 119 hectares of land, in one of Bucharest’s most coveted areas. The access to “Henri Coanda” area is quite difficult and very little known. Once you passed under the bridge on your way to the much-sought district, you can see how the asphalt and then cement road makes room for mud, which also took over the alleys between the villas. You can also see mountains of rubbish, construction debris and many stray dogs. Asked what is the explanation for the works being behind schedule, ANL officials said that the project could not be completed on account of the land return applications submitted after works began, with that of Radu Ioan Fotino being the most important contentious, which led to works being temporarily suspended, and also because ongoing utility-related problems.” About the current situation, the ANL leadership had this to say: “A number of beneficiaries took over the dwellings without benefiting from utilities. Construction works are 80 per cent ready, yet they cannot be finalized given the lack of utilities, which are the task of the Bucharest City Hall.”

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