The Housing Authority is looking into developing a progressive office space alongside commercial outlets and a self-contained apartment complex at its existing Lautoka office property.

Housing Authority chief executive officer Alipate Naiorosui said, “Currently it is inviting competent individuals and design firms to conduct a feasibility study and submit a report on its financial viability and demand for commercial spaces in the city”.

The existing office space currently hosts a Customer Relations centre for Housing Authority as well as the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption Lautoka branch.

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