More homes for Pampean families: Investment reaches $4.5 billion

More homes for Pampean families: Investment reaches $4.5 billion

These are 496 new houses in 30 pampean localities, with an investment of $4,497,526,739.

“We have historical financial strength. Know that we are going to make it available to the people, and that the mayors are the best vehicle we have to, among all of us, give answers”, assured Governor Sergio Ziliotto when leading the signing of 31 IPAV housing agreements.

The stability of the Pampean family begins with owning a home, which is an essential change in the quality of life and a dream come true. Within the framework of the signing of agreements for housing of the IPAV (Instituto Provincial Autárquico de Vivienda), the president of Pampas thanked the presence and support of the mayors of Pampas and stressed that with these acts “it is demonstrated that the construction of houses in La Pampa is a State policy, which transcends the different provincial administrations and the different municipal administrations, beyond the political sign of the person who leads them”.

Ziliotto was “extremely in agreement with the plan that we drew up from the first day of management, having the support of the national Government and continuing with the articulated work with each of the municipal administrations through another State policy that is decentralization, a way of working that was born fifteen years ago, which is rooted and allows us to deepen this process of building homes”.

Solidarity, key to success

“A process -Ziliotto remarked- that only had the possibility of being successful if it was based on solidarity. Because the accompaniment of society is necessary for a present State that has the will that people can exercise their rights.

“It was like this -he explained- that we intensified the policy of working with the successful bidders. And we got a great response. This is not the result of chance, because it is not done with money from the Governor, nor with money from the president of the IPAV, nor from the Minister of Public Works and Services; They are society’s own resources that, efficiently managed, allow us to continue providing answers”.

And he assured that “in this solidarity scheme, despite having lived with a pandemic, an economic crisis and a global war that attacks the national economy; We had the accompaniment of those 30,000 families who had the possibility of the State giving them the dignity of their own roof. And despite the fact that we raised the fee, we have also raised the level of compliance with the collection. That allows us to continue incorporating responses.”

“Today – specified the Governor – we are investing close to $4,500 million. This innovative program, which begins today as Mi Casa III, joins other programs such as Mi Casa II, of which we made the first draw last week, and the traditional Mi Casa I, which is a management tool for all administrations . Added to this are the service homes, in which the mayors do not lend a huge hand to provide housing for those public servants who have to move around La Pampa”.


The president explained that in addition “we are executing, with the accompaniment of the national government, the Casa Propia program. The first 233 houses of the package of 894, whose process is within the time parameters that we had set, three months ago, in the housing policy report for La Pampa”.

And he added: “We are complying because we have strategic partners and because society understood that this system is strengthened with solidarity. We understand that the effort has to be joint”.

“A national example”

And Ziliotto analyzed that “in an Argentine society in which the crack is a business, and in many cases an economic business; where it seems that the one who thinks differently has to be in front, he can never be by my side; This sample of coexistence, of joint work, of articulated management between the municipalities and the Province is an example at the national level”.

“We have to strengthen it. Because what we have done here, based on a very strong policy of provincial and national public works, is to see how we use economic actors. That is why we rest on the responsibility of the mayors to put themselves in charge of an innovative program, which was previously intended for private activity, to execute homes through public tenders, and today seeing that there is a decrease in offers for build housing; In many cases there will be mayors who will do it by administration and there will be others who will bid with local or area companies, thus decentralization will be promoted, with an economic policy that spills over into every corner of the Province, and that is only possible through from an articulated work”.

The Governor recognized “the great housing deficit we have, four years without housing were not in vain, but we have the responsibility and we have the tools; because we are a Province with historical financial strength, and increasingly unprecedented in the national Government. Know that we are going to make it available to the people and that the mayors are the best vehicle we have to, among all, give answers.

The agreements were signed this morning in the Government House Agreements Hall; by the president of the IPAV, Jorge Lezcano and by each municipality.

The act was endorsed by Governor Ziliotto, who was accompanied by the Minister of Public Works and Services, Julio Rojo; the Secretary of Municipal Affairs, Rogelio Schanton; and the managers of the IPAV: Adjudications, Erica Riboyra; and Programming, Romina Montes de Oca.

In addition to the communal chiefs of the 30 pampean localities, the provincial deputies were present: Valeria Luján, Espartaco Marín, Martín Balsa and Adriana Dalmasso.

Plan My House 1

Through this operation, in which the municipalities and promotion commissions administer funds from the provincial budget, execute and award the housing units; 110 homes will be built in 14 locations: Ataliva Roca (10), Colonia Santa María (8), Conhello (6), Dorila (6), General Campos (2), Gobernador Duval (4), Lonquimay (20), Maisonnave ( 6), Puelén (8), Relmo (8), Trenel (20), Uriburu (10) and Winifreda (2). The investment amounts to $693,631,510.00.

Plan My House 3

Through this Plan, in which the municipalities administer provincial funds for the recovery of quotas by the IPAV; 385 homes will be built in 16 locations: Alpachiri (20), Anguil (35), Catriló (25), Colonia Barón (14), Guatraché (20), Intendente Alvear (20), La Adela (25), Ingeniero Luiggi (16 ), Miguel Riglos (35), Parera (30), Quemú Quemú (20), Rancul (25), Realicó (25), Santa Isabel (25), Victorica (20) and Winifreda (30). The investment is $3,797,589,488.00.

service housing

A service house will also be built in Miguel Cané, in which $6,305,741.00 will be invested.-

The Government of La Pampa has the following housing programs in operation: My House I, My House II, My House III, Own Lot Plan, Service Housing and Housing Relocation.

The National Government runs the Casa Propia, Casa Propia/Casa Activa and Procrear II programs.

More homes for Pampean families: Investment reaches $4.5 billion