Edo State Government has assembled a team of experts to carry out topographic survey and soil tests at the new town project site at Irhirhi-Obazagbon-Ogheghe Road, to collect data for planning activities in the area.
In a statement, Edo State Commissioner for Communication and Orientation, Chris Osa Nehikhare, said the verification exercise for members of the public with claims to landed property in the area will commence on Tuesday, October 11, 2022, at the Edo State New Town Development Authority (ESNTDA) Office.
He noted, “A team of experts have commenced topographic survey and soil tests at the new town site at Irhirhi-Obazagbon-Ogheghe Road to gather data for planning activities in the area.
“The verification exercise at the site will commence on Tuesday, October 11, 2022, at the Edo State New Town Development Authority (ESNTDA) Office. We are urging members of the public with claims to landed property in the area to come forward with their documents including building approvals.”
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The commissioner said, “For the topographic survey and soil tests, the team will be taking samples that would inform the siting of high-rise buildings and other multi-storey developments in the area.”
He urged members of the public with claims to landed property in the area coming for verification “to proceed orderly and come with the following: 2 Passport Photographs; Proof of Identity; Title Documents; approved registered Survey Plan; Photocopies of all originals to be tendered as originals will just be sighted and returned while Letter of Authorization must be signed by the client for those representing clients.
“All enquiries are to be made to the ESNTDA helpline on: 09132467473,” he added.
He said, “The Edo State Government restates its commitment to ensuring the protection of property rights and assures a conducive environment for businesses to thrive.”
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