Urban Renewal Committee to give the public updates via website

Secretary for Transport and Public Works, Mr Raimundo do Rosário, speaks to reporters.

The Government would launch a website for the recently established Urban Renewal Committee, in order to share information with the public about its work, said the Secretary for Transport and Public Works, Mr Raimundo do Rosário. The Secretary made the comments on Friday (11 March) after the first meeting of the Urban Renewal Committee. The session discussed internal rules of the committee and work arrangements for the body. The committee would shortly hold a second meeting, Mr Rosário told reporters. When asked to comment on the composition of the committee, the Secretary said the 29-member body had 21 representatives from outside government, including from the fields of architecture, property development, construction, banking, legal services and the tourism industry.

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