Authorities crack down on bachelors’ illegal housing in Khaitan

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93 homes monitored, power cut to 13

One of the officials during the inspection tour of properties housing bachelors in Khaitan.

KUWAIT CITY, May 27: The Joint Committee for Monitoring Bachelors’ Housing, comprising representatives from the Kuwait Municipality and the Ministries of Interior, Electricity, Water, and Renewable Energy, conducted an inspection tour in the Khaitan area of Farwaniya Governorate. This operation identified 93 homes illegally used as expat bachelors’ housing within private and model housing areas.

During the tour, Muhammad Al-Jalawi, head of the Kuwait Municipality team, reported to the Kuwait News Agency that electricity was cut off from 13 properties found in violation. Al-Jalawi urged property owners to exercise social responsibility and adhere to regulations to ensure security and safety, noting the presence of numerous building violations and high electrical loads in these expat bachelors’ housing units.

The Joint Committee has issued warnings to the owners of the violating properties, providing them with a one-week deadline to address the infractions. Failure to comply will result in further inspections and disconnection of electricity to properties that do not rectify their violations.

Al-Jalawi emphasized that the inspection tour led to the issuing of violation reports, citing building infractions and unauthorized changes to electrical loads. He stressed that the coordinated actions of the municipality and the participating ministries are crucial in mitigating negative behaviors and ensuring compliance with housing regulations.

This initiative underscores the government’s commitment to enforcing housing standards and addressing the misuse of residential properties to enhance community safety and well-being.

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