The National Agency for Town Planning, Topographic Works and Cadastre (ANUUTC) held a Board of Directors on December 18 in Libreville. The sale chaired by Léon Paul Mvouba Okori set the agency’s estimated budget for 2021 at 4.99 billion CFA francs.
The National Agency for Town Planning, Topographic Works and Cadastre (ANUTTC) held its board of directors on December 18 in Libreville.
Chaired by Léon Paul Mvouba Okori, the Board of Directors set the estimated budget of the agency at 4.99 billion CFA francs for the year 2021. Unlike the year 2020, the budget is marked by an increase of 84%. In terms of revenue, the ANUTTC’s budget will be replenished by equity capital to the tune of 3.4 billion CFA francs against 1.4 billion CFA francs in 2020, an increase of 84.0%. Disposals of plots are estimated at 2.64 billion CFA francs, an increase of 77.62% in the agency’s turnover.
Marked for its part by a decrease of 0.60%, the operating subsidy granted to the ANUTTC for the 2021 financial year is estimated at 1.286 billion CFA francs against 1.294 billion in 2020. Regarding operating expenses, these amount to 4.328 billion in 2021 against 2.71 billion in the previous financial year, an increase of 59.41%.
Regarding investment, the Board of Directors has forecast an envelope of 668 million CFA francs against 600 last year, an increase of 11%. These expenses will be devoted to the acquisition of technical software, accounting, technical and rolling equipment.
In addition, the Board of Directors has decided on the reforms that ANUTTC intends to push forward for next year. Under these reforms include, according to the PCA, “the development of several building plots intended for Gabonese and the issuance of property titles. Important axes for the realization of the policy of the head of state Ali Bongo in the matter of housing “, declared Léon Paul Mvouba Okori.