HDC begins removing remaining huts in Hulhumale' Phase II beach

Housing Development Corporation (HDC) has commenced the removal of the remaining huts and objects placed by private individuals for beach development in Hulhumale’ Phase II. Despite the order of the corporation to remove of the structures June 15, several individuals still continue to conduct commercial activities in the outlets. This includes small outlets such as snack carts, coffee stalls, food huts, and other similar setups, which were not issued permits by HDC.

HDC affirmed that the removal of these outlets is part of a broader beach development plan, further aimed at enhancing these areas with the necessary resources and infrastructure. It said the second phase of the beach area will be developed with space and facilities for small businesses.

Furthermore, HDC shed light on the persistent complaints that have been received regarding the unplanned placement of these huts. In response, HDC is taking steps to revitalise the beach areas by introducing new resources and ensuring compliance with new regulations once these facilities are introduced.

Additionally, HDC strongly emphasised its unwavering commitment to optimising the resources available in Hulhumale’ for the benefit of residents, ensuring that the development aligns with planned regulations and standards.