Tag: relocation

‘Safety our highest priority’ -Town Clerk

‘Safety our highest priority’ -Town Clerk

Staff Writer Staff Writer- September 13, 2018

- on removal of vendors from Stabroek Market Wharf DPI, Guyana, Thursday, September 13, 2018 Vendors who ply their trade ... Read More

No movement for Sophia squatters just yet – CH&PA

No movement for Sophia squatters just yet – CH&PA

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 8, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Monday, January 8, 2018 Residents of Sophia who have been squatting on government reserves have been granted a ... Read More

Action plan being crafted to address relocation of high risk squatters; Industry being touted as a relocation site

Action plan being crafted to address relocation of high risk squatters; Industry being touted as a relocation site

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 12, 2017

DPI/GINA, GUYANA, Monday, June 12, 2017 The Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) is looking at Industry on the East ... Read More

Angoy’s Avenue residents to pay for their land, those living on reserves to be removed

Angoy’s Avenue residents to pay for their land, those living on reserves to be removed

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 24, 2017

GINA, GUYANA, Friday, March 24, 2017 A plan has been formulated to address the regularisation of Angoy’s Avenue in Region ... Read More

CH&PA’s moves to address squatting in La Penitence, Ruimveldt area

CH&PA’s moves to address squatting in La Penitence, Ruimveldt area

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 22, 2017

GINA, GUYANA, Wednesday, March 22, 2017 The Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) is moving towards addressing the problem of ... Read More

CH&PA to address squatting in Plantation Great Diamond- negotiations with Toolsie Persaud plugged

CH&PA to address squatting in Plantation Great Diamond- negotiations with Toolsie Persaud plugged

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 17, 2017

GINA, GUYANA, Friday, March 17, 2017 The Central Housing Planning and Authority (CH&PA) is examining the regularisation of portions of ... Read More

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