Tuesday, October 4, 2022

DC Tseminyu informs on removal of structures

Deputy commissioner (DC) Tseminyu, Dr. Zasekuolie has informed all concerned individuals/organisations with portions of their allotted plot of land falling within the earmarked land area proposed for road widening have been notified to clear and remove any materials/structures from the surveyed land area within 15 days from the day of publication of notice.
According to a DIPR report, DC Tseminyu, in continuation of the earlier notice, notified that it was considered necessary as part of the ongoing developmental activities and its furtherance to carry out widening of the existing approach road to two-lane specification, from the road junction near Town Hall Tseminyu towards the proposed site at Phenda area.
DC said this was to enable smooth road access for the purpose of facilitating expansion and development of the district administrative headquarter, including the development of government offices and modern town infrastructure at the proposed site against the backdrop of such paramount requirements for the newly created Tseminyu district.
The DC stated that some portions of government allotted plots of land situated alongside the aforementioned road stretch fall within the proposed road widening area surveyed by the office of the executive engineer PWD (R&B) Tseminyu.
As per the terms and conditions of the allotment order issued by the government vide DC Tseminyu office, the DC said it was clearly stated that the government would take over the land allotted to the allottee if required by the government and for which no alternative site may be allotted.
Therefore, the DC has ordered that the government would take over those portions of allotted land falling within the aforementioned surveyed road area for public utility.
Further, the DC warned that any concerned individuals/groups failing to take compliant action of the notice within the stipulated period shall be doing so at their own risk.