Oman general directorate of housing distributes 670 lands in Al-Mudaibi
The land allotment comes in a move to cater to the growing demand for housing facilities for citizens in the Sultanate
The General Directorate of Housing in the North Eastern Province of Oman has distributed 670 land plots in Al-Mudaibi in the first half of 2020, in a move to cater to the growing demand for housing facilities in the Sultanate.
These lands were distributed by Rashid bin Masoud Al-Barwani, assistant director of the General Directorate of Housing.
According to Oman News Agency, these residential lands were distributed through a drawing lot, where the citizens entitled to receive the lands were picked.
Earlier this year, the Oman Ministry of Housing distributed residential land plots in the North Eastern governorate, Shalim province, and Hallaniyat Islands.
The ministry represented by the general directorate of housing in the North Eastern governorate gave away residential lands in Wadi Bani Khalid. These plots were provided to male as well as female citizens in line with the eligibility conditions.
As part of the distribution process, the authority carried out a lottery draw for citizens in Al-Rumail, Tawi Saeed, and Quraysh in Wadi Bani Khalid state under 172 requests.