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Last two random districts of Jeddah notified of demolition work

Saudi Gazette report

Jeddah — Jeddah’s Random District Committee has notified residents of the remaining two districts (Umm Al Salam and Kilo 14) with the commencement of demolition work to begin on 15 October.

The commission revealed that the total number of slums demolished and removed was 30 out of 32 slums.

Completion of the clearing operations at Umm al-Salaam and Kilo-14 means that all random area demolition operations announced in Jeddah are completed.

The commission confirmed that it will continue to serve residents of random areas services to apply for compensation.

The Jeddah Commission has asked randomly selected citizens of the area to complete procedures to submit deeds to receive compensation.

It clarified how to submit the requirement, stating that individuals must submit a photo and owner data of the deed or document.

In addition, the owner’s full name and bank account IBAN number, the bank account number from the bank’s publication in PDF format, and a photo of the national ID in PDF format.

Citizens must also provide copies of the respective statements of the Saudi Power Company, the State Water Company, the Social Development Bank, the Agricultural Development Fund, and the Real Estate Development Fund, as well as the legal authority of their representatives.

In addition to this, you will need a copy of your utility bill, a photo of the building, an aerial or other photo of the site, and a number documenting the evacuation of the building.

This may be sent through the Mayor of Jeddah’s digital portal www.jeddah.gov.sa, via a service that receives compensation requests for slum demolition.

The Commission has requested that the Directorate General of State Property provide services to citizens and respond to inquiries regarding the completion of compensation payment procedures through multiple communications through Unified Communications Center No. 920022447 or email CS@SPGA.GOV.SA. You pointed out that you are allocating channels. , in addition to a Partner Care account on the Twitter platform @spgacare.

It is worth noting that the committee aims to develop random areas and regulate their quality of life through this project. In addition, it facilitates movement of residents to reach all essential services. Most notable are education, health, and housing services. .

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