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St Kitts and Nevis: Land Matters Fair 2023 to be held on 9th and 10th Feb, 2023

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St Kitts and Nevis: The Ministry of Sustainable Development has invited the citizens of St Kitts and Nevis to the upcoming ‘Land Matters Fair 2023’, which is to be held on Thursday, 9th February and Friday, 10th February 2023, at 10 am.

As per the provided information, the Ministry of Sustainable Development officials has confirmed that the event will be organized at two venues, Ministry’s Parking lot and Bladens Commercial Development Centre.

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The reports have conveyed that the Land Matter Fair will assist the people of the Two-Island Federation regarding any current land-related issue they are facing, along with providing solutions.

In addition, it was confirmed that the Ministry would also answer the queries of the attendees during the event regarding a number of topics. During the announcement of the upcoming event, ministry personnel cited, “Have any questions about your right to your land ownership? Get them settled.”

On his part, officials from the Sustainable Development Ministry have explained the number of services and assistance provided throughout the Land Matter Fair and noted, “Anything Land related, we will discuss and settle with you,” “Got a Land in the year 2022? Bring it in,” “Need Land? Come and apply,” “Need Land exchanged and trading? We will assist in that too.”

Furthermore, Ministry cited, “Every attendee during the event can bring their issues and queries related to the above-mentioned topics which will be considered on urgent basis and will be resolved as soon as possible with effective solutions and methods.”

As per the reports, the event of Land Matters 2023 will also host a variety of industries experts along with several agencies on the sites such as NHC, Treasury, Land and Survey, Physical Planning, Urban Planning, Development Control and Planning Board, Sustainable Land, along with Management Unit.

The agencies will assist the Ministry of Sustainable Development of St Kitts and Nevis during the fair in helping the people resolve their land issues and problems with ease and quick response through expert solutions and methods, said reports.

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The residents are advised to bring their land documents along with other essential papers during the event to make it easy for the experts to take actionable steps in solving their problems, reports noted.   

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