Nambawan Super purchased large parcels of land at 9-mile in 1990. These lands are described as P2156, P2157, P2158 and P2159, also called “Bush Wara”, in the Bomana Valley at 9 mile Port Moresby.
Securing these titles has been a challenging process where Nambawan Super encountered a series of bureaucratic difficulties.
The Fund’s intention for the site remains consistent with those from 1990 which is to build new, master-planned suburbs, with affordable housing for the growing Port Moresby population and in particular for the Fund’s members.
Communication and notices
In January 2022, Nambawan Super issued a media statement responding to illegal settlers on the NSL 9-mile land Portions.
In December 2021, Nambawan Super issued a media release advising the public of the commencement of fencing for the 9-mile land Portions.
In November 2021, Nambawan Super, printed and distributed Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) relating to 9mile Bush Wara.
In October 2021, Nambawan Super published a media release and public notices advising that no agreement has been reached with the National Capital District Commission (NCDC).
In September 2021 Nambawan Super published an update Bush Wara, 9mile.
In August 2021, Nambawan Super published a media release about next steps NSL was taking to secure land at 9-mile.
In June 2021 Nambawan Super printed and distributed awareness flyers to occupants of Bush Wara, 9mile.
On June 3 2021, Nambawan Super published a media release about a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that is signed with the Department of Lands and Physical Planning to secure Portion 2158, at 9 Mile.
In May 2021, Nambawan Super published a media release and public notices about the appointment of a project manager for the 9mile land.
In December 2020, Nambawan Super published a media release and full page Public Notices advising that the National Court had ruled in its favour over primary rights over the 9mile (Bushwara) land.
In October and November 2019, and in February 2020, Nambawan Super published full page Public Notices regarding the site to alert buyers and sellers of the risk of trading land within the parcels owned by Nambawan Super.
In November 2019, Nambawan Super published a media release on 9-mile. The National ran the story on 28 November 2019.
In November 2019 Nambawan Super, as per legal requirements, ran notices for one week calling all parties with an interest in the site to come forward and lodge their claims. The notices ran in the Post Courier and the National
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