Moresby locals plan to develop land

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The National, Tuesday July 30th, 2013

 A GROUP of landowners in Port Moresby hosted a forum at the Holiday Inn yesterday to inform government and stakeholders of their intension to develop their customary land.

With the growing population in the city and growing pressure to settle illegally on customary land, Badu incorporated landowners’ group (ILG) presented a real estate proposal called the Karikavara Estate in Port Moresby which will consist of economical, social and transport service facilities on their land be mostly be for residential purposes.

Badu ILG secretary Ulea Baeau said the portion of land titled claim 70 under the colonial government was the area situated between Port Moresby International School, Mangomain and Kipo settlements around East Boroko side and on the other end is the Magi Highway and 6-Mile. The real estate would cover the 6-Mile dump and the Ragamuga settlement.