Review of allocations

The Ministry of Housing and Water has commenced a review exercise for questionable allocations made, following complains by allottees that they feel duped out of their hard earn monies for lands they are still to identify. 

The issue was brought to attention of the subject Minister, Collin Croal, on Wednesday August 26, 2020 as he was conducting a series of community meetings in the West Berbice Region. Initial checks into these recent allocations have revealed that the ownership of these lands by our agency remains in limbo. This is compounded by the fact that these lands have no infrastructure in place and allottees cannot even identify their lots.

Given the time frame when these allocations were made, the assumption can be made that these allocations were a mere political gimmick.

Until such time when the review process is completed in the best interest of our citizens, a decision has been taken to simply put a hold on accepting payments for these allocations.

The Ministry nonetheless remains committed to the delivery of serviced lots, with all basic infrastructures in place, inclusive of fair weather access road, water distribution network, electrical network as well as drainage network. 

We therefore want to reassure all applicants that the status of their applications will in no way be affected and they will be processed in due time. 

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