Katsina State Government says it is determined to establish new residential areas for speedy development of the state.
The Commissioner of Lands and Survey Alhaji Usman Nadada disclosed this while inspecting the ongoing construction of a road behind Umar Musa Yar’adua Layout area.
Cliqq Magazine correspondent was part of the entourage, reported that the commissioner lands and survey was accompanied to the inspection visit by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry Hajiya Halima Lawal Usman, the General Manager Urban and Regional Planning Board, the Surveyor General and some Directors and Staff of the ministry.
Alh Nadada said the visit was meant to monitor the progress of the road construction for proposed layout district.
“The purpose of this visit is to inspect the 3.6km road construction along Umaru Musa Yar’adua University for the new layout district”
Nadada said the aim of constructing the road was to ensure speedy development of the site.
Alhaji Usman Nadada disclosed that the over 120 hectares of land area will be provided with all the required facilities for its easy development.
According to him the state government has already provided some parts of the area to two Estate Development Companies who will Construct Houses at the site.
This is in addition to the provision of plots to the Staff of UMYU and Doctors as well as some Individuals and corporate organizations.
While appreciating the level of progress so far achieved in the road construction, Alhaji Usman Nadada called on the personnel handling the work to sustain its Quality.
The Lands and survey Commissioner stated that similar site was proposed by the state Government along Jibia road.
He assured that the two sites will no doubt bring more development to the state.
While restating the determination of the ministry to continue adhering strictly to modern Ways of land Administration, Alhaji Usman Nadada said the process of Certificate of occupancy has been eased by the ministry.
He used the opportunity to commend Governor Masari for his usual support and assistance to the Lands and Survey Ministry and called for more.