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Increase the Benefits of Asset Revitalization in line with National Social Welfare Policies

Content: Assisting authorities and non-governmental organizations to obtain the national real property they need in compliance with the primary national social welfare policies of promoting social housing and long-term care.

Performance:

1. Social housing: As of April 2022, the National Property Administration (NPA) has assisted government authorities at different levels to appropriate 50 national lands and two national houses and lands (with a total area of 24.84 hectares and 10 houses), and rent four national lands (with a total area of 4.83 hectares) to build social housing. Meanwhile, 702 national lands and 17 national houses and lands (with a total area of 66.99 hectares and 328 houses) are being kept for advance planning. In addition, to comply with the instruction of the Ministry of the Interior for the National Housing and Urban Regeneration Center (hereinafter referred to as the Center) to build social housing, the NPA has leased 22 national lands of a total area of 11.20 hectares, donated 60 national lands of a total area of 13.30 hectares and 102 houses, and sold 17 national lands of a total area of 7.01 hectares to the Center. The Center has been working on the matter after filing an application. So far, it has leased four national lands, donated 10 national lands, and sold 10 national lands. In the future, the Center will continue to provide national real estate to implement the social housing policy according to the regulations of the Housing Act and Act for the Establishment of the National Housing and Urban Regeneration Center.

2. Long-term care: As of April 2022, the NPA has helped appropriate 15 national lands and one national house and land (with a total area of 24.1 hectares, and one house) to establish long-term care facilities, and leased four houses and lands (with a total land area of 0.88 hectares and seven houses) to non-governmental organizations to establish long-term care service institutions.

Issued:National Property Administration Release date:2021-04-14 Last updated:2022-05-13 Click times:151