Enobong Uwah Orders Demolition Of Structures

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Worried over the spate of illegal structures littered over Uyo the State capital, the Uyo Capital City Development Authority has announced plans to embark on massive demolition of illegal structures already marked “X” for demolition so as to maintain orderly development of the capital City.
A statement from Uyo Capital City Development Authority initialled by the Executive Chairman, Prince Enobong Uwah, said the notice became necessary after the expiration of the 60 days ultimatum issued with effect from July 1, 2017, to owners of unregistered buildings to register their structures with the Uyo Capital City Development Authority (UCCDA) or risk demolition of their buildings by the Authority in accordance with the Urban and Regional Planning Laws of the state.
The release commended developers who have seen the need to key into the orderly development of the capital city carried out by the Uyo Capital City Development Authority, but however warned stubborn developers to desist from building without approvals as the Authority will stop at nothing to rid the capital city of illegal structures.
The Authority further stressed that Government will not tolerate cutting corners as far as development control is concerned, but advised the general public to always call on the office of the Uyo Capital City Development Authority (UCCDA) for building approval whenever they intend to erect a structure as submission and approval of building permits take only two weeks.

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