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The Housing & Urban Development Department (Chudd) of CAGAYAN de Oro City warned against unauthorized persons such as building houses inside relocation sites without permission from Chudd.
“The unauthorized actions were misguided and inconsistent with Chudd’s established procedures,” said Chudd acting Department Manager attorney Samuel Rollo.
Rollo clarified that such actions also violated the law and could lead to the revocation of land ownership rights granted by the city.
This reminder according to Rollo comes in response to reports of individuals building houses on relocation sites without obtaining permission from Chudd, believing that they will get possession if the city decides to demolish them. turn structures on or off.
In Uy’s leadership, he said that inclusivity and accessibility are emphasized in its housing programs.
Rollo said the department is working with private developers and non-governmental organizations to expand the availability of affordable housing units.
By partnering with these stakeholders, Chudd leverages resources and expertise to develop housing solutions tailored to the needs of the poor.
Under the leadership of Mayor Rolando Uy, Rollo added that the Uy administration through Chudd is actively working to meet the housing needs of the poor population in the city.
Chudd has even implemented various initiatives and projects aimed at providing affordable housing options and improving living conditions for those in need.
A unique project of Chudd involved the construction of low-income housing communities in strategic locations throughout Cagayan de Oro.
These communities provide safe and decent homes for families currently living in informal settlements or inadequate housing conditions.
Chudd ensures that these housing units have essential amenities, including clean water, electricity, and access to basic services, thereby improving the quality of life for residents.
To further help the poor population, Chudd implemented programs of financial assistance and subsidies.
These initiatives aim to make home ownership more attainable for low-income families by providing financial support, such as down payment assistance or reduced interest on housing loans.
By reducing the financial burden, Chudd enables more families to obtain permanent and stable housing, helping to break the cycle of poverty and vulnerability.
Aside from housing options, Chudd, under the administration of Mayor Uy, prioritized community development.
By fostering a sense of community and providing support beyond housing, Chudd seeks to create sustainable and prosperous neighborhoods.
Again, led by the mayor and through affordable housing initiatives, financial assistance programs, and community development efforts, Chudd is working toward a more inclusive and equitable city.
Their commitment to uplift the lives of the poor sets an inspiring example for other cities facing similar challenges, highlighting the transformative power of accessible housing to build stronger communities.
Rollo expressed optimism that the public will understand and follow the regulations of the housing program, ensuring the fair and equitable distribution of housing resources throughout the city.
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