In a significant move aimed at streamlining government projects, the Municipality has thrown its weight behind proposed amendments to the timeframes allocated for project implementation. Under the new regulations, government projects must commence implementation within four years from the date of receiving the site, or else the land allocation decision will be rendered null and void, reported Alanba Daily.

The decision came in response to a proposal by Municipal Council member Munira Al-Amir, who suggested adding a clause to the municipal council’s existing decision on project implementation timelines. This proposal mandates that sites allocated for government projects must be handed over within four years of the allocation decision issuance, expediting project commencement.

The Organizing Committee reviewed the proposal and recommended amending the existing decision. The amended version now stipulates that sites allocated to government agencies must be delivered within two years from the allocation decision date, with the decision considered void if the site is not received. Additionally, scheduled project implementations must commence within four years from the date of site receipt, with land allocation being canceled if implementation does not begin.

It’s important to note that these amendments will take effect immediately from the date of issuance and will be published in the Official Gazette. This decision underscores the municipality’s commitment to ensuring efficient project execution, benefiting the community as a whole.

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