Falcon Crest Investment, a Ghanaian construction firm is to begin preliminary works at the site for Volta Regional Airport in Ho this week.

Madan Ntoso and some dignitaries studying the Ho Airport site plan.
Madan Ntoso and some dignitaries studying the Ho Airport site plan.

This follows the official handing over of the site to the company by Madam Helen Ntoso, Volta Regional Minister on Tuesday.

The company is expected to define the boundaries of the Airport, mount security and sign post to secure the site from encroachment.

Madam Ntoso said the preliminary works would pave way for actual work and urged the construction firm to work on schedule.

Mr Samuel Kofi Diame, Chief Executive Officer of Falcon Crest assured that work would be done on 1,500 acre land by December 2016.

Last year, there were reports of some estate developers and individuals encroaching on the acquired land for the proposed Volta Regional Airport in Ho.

Mrs Dzifa Attivor, Minister of Transport consequently tasked the Lands Commission to define the boundaries of the acquired land and asked the Ho Municipal Assembly to protect the land from further encroachment, awaiting construction of the Airport.

 

GNA

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