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Housing Authority Honours Commitment To Former Namara Settlers For Tacirua

Housing Authority has now commenced allocation of its Tacirua East Subdivision Phase 1A lots targeted to low-income earners. But acting chief executive, Jagdish Prasad, said the first priority would be
12 Sep 2014 10:02

Housing Authority has now commenced allocation of its Tacirua East Subdivision Phase 1A lots targeted to low-income earners.

But acting chief executive, Jagdish Prasad, said the first priority would be given to the former Namara settlers who had been living in the area prior to its development in 2009.

“They had voluntarily moved out to allow development works to commence. At that time, there were approximately 180 settlers,” he said.

“Because they had willingly left we promised them that when the development was completed, Housing Authority will provide the opportunity to them to buy a lot on the condition they were eligible to do so.”

Mr Prasad said the authority, in honouring its commitment to the former settlers placed a Public Notice in Fiji Sun the past Saturday.

“We are also following up with letters through the postal addresses they had provided and utilising the Authority’s social media accounts to disseminate the message as widely as possible,” he said.

“Given that there are over 4000 customers waiting specifically for our Tacirua East lots from 2004, we cannot wait indefinitely for those former settlers to come forward with their required documents. ”

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