The Lusaka City Council (LCC) has demolished some make shift stalls at the Intercity Bus Terminus.
In an interview with ZANIS today, LCC Public Relations Officer, Henry Kapata disclosed that the council carried out an operation that saw the demolition of 130 makeshift stalls at the bus terminus.
Mr. Kapata said the operation was done to facilitate for the construction of new modern shops that will be better placed so as not to inconvenience the traveling public.
He further said the construction project, which is scheduled to start this year, will take about six months to be completed.
Meanwhile, Mr. Kapata has advised would be developers to consult town planners at the council to avoid the pain of having their structures demolished.
And what looked like an innocent and well built fence has been pulled down in Lusaka’s Mass Media area by the Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company.
This follows investigations by the water utility company that the fence was built on a main water supply line.
Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company Public Relations Officer, Topsy Sikalinda, charged that the owner of the land did not request for land inspection from service providers.
And Lusaka City Council Public Relations Manager, Chanda Makanta has confirmed having not received any booking for the inspection of the area.