The Ministry of Municipality and Environment’s (MME) health control section at Doha Municipality has conducted an inspection campaign at a number of food outlets.
The inspectors came across expired food and drinks concentrates used to prepare juices at a cafeteria in the Old Airport area. Also, expired food products were found inside a restaurant at Msheireb Area, while bags of frozen spinach past the expiry date were found stored at a bakery at New Salata Area. All the outlets were issued violation reports according to law no 8 for 1990.
Meanwhile, the MME’s mechanical equipment department has removed an encroachment on state property at Hazm al-Markhyah, where an interlock constructed on land assigned for a service road was removed based on the request of the entity concerned and a violation report issued.
Al Daayan Municipality has conducted a large scale cleaning campaign at Semaisma open area. The MME Gardens Section at Doha Municipality has beautified the sports roundabout with a number of ornamental plants and flowers.
The MME’s building permits section at Al Rayyan municipality dealt with 780 requests and applications during December 2016. It issued 143 building permits, 19 demolition permits, 139 building completion certificates, 29 building maintenance permits, 417 licenses for advertisements and 33 digging and excavation works permits. Besides, it handled 244 contracts registered in December. The collected revenue from such transactions and related fines amounted to QR582,982.
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