By ANDREW FANASIA
THE acting Commissioner of Lands Alan McNeil has begun the process of resuming state land in the He
nderson area that were illegally allocated to an Asian businesswoman.
McNeil announced this in a published notice printed in the Solomon Star today.
He said the Asian developer, Mindi Zhu, has been given a month to vacate the plots of land she is currently occupying.
After a month, Government will reclaim the land back for airport and aviation purposes.
Mindi Zhu, a Chinese businesswoman owns the FTE over Parcels 192-004-1722 and 192-004-1729, which were allocated to her by the suspended commissioner of lands.
Just recently, McNeil assured the public his office will retrieve the land, after much public criticism of the decision to sell the land to the Asian.
Meanwhile, McNeil told a recent public forum in Honiara his office will take a different approach to another piece of land next to the airport runway that was given to another Asian.
He said the High Court is dealing with this particular land matter at the moment
He added that this means if the Ministry of Lands is successful, the Commissioner will also take back the land.
McNeil confirmed that he is also aware that there is a possibility of Fraud in the way this particular land was transferred to the owner of Island Plaza.