Lelon Saul

The Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) of Guyana is currently allocating some 3,000 house lots on an annual basis, according to Chief Executive Officer Lelon Saul, who says the agency is working to increase that number to 5,000, while also reducing a backlog of approximately 50,000 applications.

While Saul says these undertakings are moving apace, Minister within the Ministry of Communities Annette Ferguson says progress has been impeded by the “mess inherited” from the former People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C) government. 


As a result, while there has been as much as 550 recent allocations of house lots, and billions in infrastructural developments in housing schemes, Ferguson says the Authority, among other things, incurred huge costs correcting titles given to land allocation beneficiaries, as the parcel numbers on some of the documents did not correspond with the land allocated.

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