Daily uk news Residents shun Chinese 'vertical forest' housing project because trees meant to revolutionise urban living just attracted plagues of mosquitos MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - All 826 apartments in Chengdu were sold out by April this year, according to project's estate agent, but the towers look like the set of a desolate, post-apocalyptic film.

Daily uk news Residents shun Chinese 'vertical forest' housing project because trees meant to revolutionise urban living just attracted plagues of mosquitos MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - All 826 apartments in Chengdu were sold out by April this year, according to project's estate agent, but the towers look like the set of a desolate, post-apocalyptic film.

Daily uk news  Residents shun Chinese 'vertical forest' housing project because trees meant to revolutionise urban living just attracted plagues of mosquitos MetiNews.Com
16 September 2020 - 08:24

Breaking News ! An experimental green housing project in a Chinese megacity promised prospective residents life in a 'vertical forest', with manicured gardens on every balcony.All 826 apartments were sold out by April this year, according to the project's estate agent, but instead of a modern eco-paradise, the towers look like the set of a desolate, post-apocalyptic film.  Only a handful of families have moved into Chengdu's Qiyi City Forest Garden because of an infestation of mosquitoes, state media have reported. Drone photos show an aerial view of Qiyi City Forest Garden residential buildings complex in Chengdu, China The project in the southwestern city was built in 2018, with every private balcony designed to provide space for plants to grow A photo from the beginning of August shows residents looking on from a balcony covered with plants in their apartment All 826 apartments were sold out by April this year, according to the project's estate agent, but instead of a modern eco-paradise, the towers look like the set of a desolate, post-apocalyptic film RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Outbreak of deadly mosquito-borne West Nile virus near... Thick clouds of mosquitoes from Hurricane Laura kill cows,... British holidaymakers in Spain are at risk from deadly 'West..

. Share this article Share The project in the southwestern city was built in 2018, with every private balcony designed to provide space for plants to grow, according to local media reports.Without any tenants to care for them, the eight towers have been overrun by their own plants - and invaded by mosquitoes.Plants have almost entirely swallowed up some neglected balconies, with branches hanging over railings all over the towers, footage shot this month showed. more videos 1 2 3 Watch video Jim Davidson goes on sweary rant about Diversity's BGT performance Watch video Massive mako shark caught off the coast of west Wales Watch video Woman hurls racist abuse at passengers on Dublin bus Watch video 'Testing capacity cannot double in two weeks' says Dr Watch video Man leaps from longest rope swing in Yosemite Watch video Kanye announces he is starting the Yeezy Christian Academy Watch video Man wears pet snake instead of face mask on bus Watch video Michael Cohen laughs as friend makes explicit comments about daughter Watch video Little girl stands behind glass door in adorable hide-and-seek fail Watch video Moment 10 lions bred to be shot by hunters are rescued from farm Watch video Emily Ratajkowski seen for first time since sexual assault claims Watch video Bear rings house doorbell with its paw during late night visit DM.later('bundle', function(){ DM.molFeCarousel.init('#p-31', 'channelCarousel', { "activeClass" : "wocc", "pageCount" : "3.0", "pageSize" : 1, "onPos": 0, "updateStyleOnHover": true }); }); Plants have almost entirely swallowed up some neglected balconies, with branches hanging over railings all over the towers Residents were promised a modern eco-paradise and specially-designed balconies for growing plants but only a handful of families have moved into Chengdu's Qiyi City Forest Garden because of an infestation of mosquitoes Some residents appeared to have braved the mosquitoes as a handful of balconies had pruned plants and outdoor furniture, and lights turned on inside the apartments Without any tenants to care for them, the buildings have become overrun by their own plants and invaded by mosquitoesPaper was seen taped over some of the windows that were still visible behind the overgrown plants.But some residents appeared to have braved the mosquitoes - a handful of balconies had pruned plants and outdoor furniture, and lights turned on inside the apartments.Only about 10 families have moved in, according to the state-run Global Times newspaper. When the project was built in 2018, each balcony was given space to grow its own plants but they are now overrun, with branches hanging down on the balcony below According to state-run Global Times newspaper, only about 10 families have moved in despite all 826 apartments being sold out by April this year The plants on the balconies in Chengdu's Qiyi City Forest Garden have overgrown and been invaded by mosquitoes

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Daily uk news Residents shun Chinese 'vertical forest' housing project because trees meant to revolutionise urban living just attracted plagues of mosquitos MetiNews.Com


Daily uk news Residents shun Chinese 'vertical forest' housing project because trees meant to revolutionise urban living just attracted plagues of mosquitos MetiNews.Com


Daily uk news Residents shun Chinese 'vertical forest' housing project because trees meant to revolutionise urban living just attracted plagues of mosquitos MetiNews.Com


Daily uk news Residents shun Chinese 'vertical forest' housing project because trees meant to revolutionise urban living just attracted plagues of mosquitos MetiNews.Com

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