Some 300 residents of Walton's Hall will soon be able to process transports for lands which were under the Co-op for decades.
This was disclosed by Minister of Housing and Water Collin Croal, who is being accompanied by Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Anil Nandlall, SC, on the Essequibo Coast engaging residents on land ownership issues.
The Guyana Land and Survey Commission and Public Trustee Office will facilitate the land transport process, which falls under the Attorney General's Chambers.
According to CH&PA, large swathes of lands in Paradise and Jib on the Essequibo Coast were left in the care of the Public Trustee by the AP Singh Estate since his death.
Minister Collin Croal has assured residents that an occupational survey must take place to begin the process, following which transport processing will commence.
To this end, the Attorney General has appealed to residents to cooperate with the surveyors and the Trustee Office to move the process forward. Additionally, an undertaking has been given to ensure the process is facilitated at a minimal cost to homeowners.