Jeddah — Jeddah’s Committee for the Random Neighborhoods, announced the demolition of the Quwaizah neighborhood as per the previously announced executive plan.
The demolition work commenced after all neighborhood residents were given eviction notices, disconnection of electricity and water services, and evacuation of all the residences.
The committee announced its commitment to the evacuated residents with services including luggage transfer, and food. Temporary housing until the payment of compensation or permanent housing, and help in the submission of applications for compensation.
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Including the Quwaizah neighborhood, the committee stated it had so far razed 30 neighborhoods. And there are only two neighborhoods identified for redevelopment remain.
The demolition of the remaining neighborhoods will be completed in October. The mayoralty announced earlier that the completion of rubble removal by November 17, 2022.
The committee has urged the affected persons to complete the procedures quickly to facilitate compensation disbursement.
The committee noted that the State Properties General Authority is assisting citizens by responding to their inquiries regarding the procedures for disbursing compensation.
Citizens can direct their queries through the unified communication center No. 920022447 or the e-mail [email protected]. In addition to the Partner Care account on the Twitter platform @spgacare.
The mayoralty aims to uplift neighborhoods built without proper plans. These neighborhoods comprise 18.5 million square meters in addition to the slums within the King Abdulaziz Endowment for Al-Ain Al-Aziziyah.
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Here eight neighborhoods cover a total area of 13.9 million square meters. These neighborhoods come within the first phase of the Jeddah Redevelopment Plan, which includes 32 slums and random districts.
It is noteworthy that the committee aims to improve the quality of life and facilitate the residents’ access to all necessary services, most notably health, education, and housing services.