|Monday, 21 February 2005|
Wadduwa special correspondent
Urban Development Authority has identified lands to construct six thousand houses in Panadura, Kalutara and Beruwala Divisional Secretariat divisions to families whose houses were destroyed due to tsunami catastrophe.
It was revealed at a conference held at Kalutara Secretariat that one acre of land from Gorkagahawatta, ten acres from Jayantha Children's Home at Payagala, three acres from Walauwatta, three acres from Bubulandawatta in Beruwala Divisional Secretariat division for the construction of new houses.
Seventeen acres have been identified from Mihikatawatta, five acres from Thilakawatta, eight acres from Thekkawatta and eight acres from Lagos Estate to construct houses in the Kalutara Divisional Secretariat division.
Four acres from Wevagamawatta, seven acres from Modaravilawatta, five acres from Kiriberiya and five acres from Veruduwatta to construct new houses in Panadura Divisional Secretariat division.
The new houses will be two or three storeyed buildings with essential facilities.
The construction work will be commenced before the end of this month.
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