FCTA to Revoke Undeveloped Plots, Warns Defaulters

The Federal Capital Territory Administration on Tuesday, June 15, 2021, said it would revoke undeveloped plots of land in serviced areas allocated to individuals and corporate organisations.

The Director, Information and Customer Service, AGIS/Lands, Muhammad Sule, disclosed this in a statement titled ‘FCTA to revoke undeveloped plots In Abuja.’

The statement read in part, “Equally, the administration will soon commence revocation of plots allocated to various developers under the Mass Housing Scheme but remains undeveloped since allocations were made.



“The director explained that this action has become necessary because the government has expended a huge sum of money in the provision of basic infrastructures in these areas and will not allow them to remain unutilised.

According to him, the administration has listed the developed and undeveloped plots including mass housing across the FCT and would soon revoke the undeveloped titles and reallocate them to “serious developers”.

He added that some of the plots in question have been allocated in the FCT for a long time for various purposes including private residential, commercial, as well as Mass Housing; with terms and conditions which some developers have failed to comply with.

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