The traditional landowners of Port Moresby have planned to reclaimtheir land and lease it tothe government.
This comes asthe government urgedthe people to take ownership oftheir land, develop it wisely and improvertheir own lives.
The BaduIncorporatedLand:roup from Koitabu inthe Nation’s Capital held a forum atthe HolidayInn on Monday and announcedtheir proposed plans to representative fromtheLands DepartmentoUrbanization Office and NCDC.
Amongst discussions were land registration, public private partnership and what and who is responsible for the thousands of squatters occupying half ofthe city.
The Taurama valley inthe Moresby South electorate of NCD is among those in question.
The villages include Kaugere, Sabama, Kirakira and Pari.
The current and major development plan bythe landowners is titled Central Claim 70.
The proposed Kirakavara estates coversthe 6-mile dump, Ragamuga settlement includingthe valley between Port MoresbyInternational School, Kipo and Mangomain settlements around East Beroko, and land along 6-mile and Maghi highway.
The BaduIncorporatedLand:roup has engaged a legal team and land surveyors to executetheir plan.
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