Here you will find Frequently Asked Questions about the District Assembly.
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE PERMITTING PROCESS IN AFIGYA KWABRE NORTH DISTRICT ASSEMBLY
1.1 ACTIVITIES THAT REQUIRE DEVELOPMENT PERMIT INCLUDE: All physical development involving the erection of any structure, making of structural alteration or transformation of any structure, execution of any works or installation of any fittings in connection with any structure, engineering, mining or other operations on, in, under or over land or the material change in the existing use of land or building comprising among others the sub-division of land, disposal of waste on land including the discharge of effluent into a body of still or running water and the erection of an advertisement or other hoarding among others shall require a development permit. Act 480, Section 48; Act 936, Sections 91 (1) & 106 (1) and Act 925 Sections 113 & 117 (1&2); 1.2. STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS FOR A DEVELOPMENT PERMIT 1.2.1. Submit the documents listed below to the Physical Planning Department for preliminary vetting. i). Land ownership document (example allocation note, lease etc) ii). A site plan with a scale of 1:2500 iii). Land Use Certificate iv). Current Stool lands receipt of payment v). Attach four copies of architectural drawings signed by a certified architect vi). Attach four copies of structural drawings signed by an engineer (if stor ey) vii.) Fire certified report from the Ghana National Fire Service ( If commercial) viii.) Environmental Protection Agency Permit (for Public/commercial developments) Note: The cost of the development permit is determined after assessment by the District Engineer For any advice, the officers of the Physical Planning Department are available to help.
Birth and Death Unit is responsible for issuing of Birth and Death certificate to individuals within and outside the District.
Registration and Issuing of Marriage and Divorce certificate. Apply to the Registrar of Marriages in the District to register your marriage under Marriages Act, 1884-1985 (CAP 127)."""
Zoomlion Ghana Limited is in charge of managing solid waste at all public places in the District
Establishment of Schools and allocation of Funds to Persons with Disability in the District.
Any individual or registered entity/organization wishing to operate a business within the District should operate under approved licence by the Assembly.
Land Allocation and Demarcation. Providing Building Permit to qualified applicant within the District.
The District's Household Toilet Team under the Greater Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (GKMA) Sanitation & Water Project (SWP) embarked on a door-to-door education exercise at Amoako to educate the citizens on the adverse effects of open defecation and advertise the GKMA SWP sponsored heavily subsidized Household Toilet Facilities.
The BECE 2023 starts on Monday, 7th August, 2023 to Friday, 11th August, 2023. A total number of one thousand, six hundred and forty-six (1646) JHS candidates in the Afigya Kwabre North District will be participating in the exams. This comprises eight hundred and fifteen girls and eight hundred and thirty one boys.
On 19th July, 2023, the Afigya Kwabre North District Assembly made a significant contribution towards promoting sustainable education and gender equality in line with the Ghana Education Vision and Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4).
There will a town hall meeting which will be climaxed with the commissioning of the Nkwantakese Market on the 25th August, 2021 at 10am.
The Afigya Kwabre North District is one of the 260 Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in Ghana, and forms part of the 43 MMDAs in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
Afigya Kwabre North District Assembly
P. O. Box 3, Boamang - Ashanti Region
Main Line: (+233-50) 281 1082
DCE: (+233-20) 104 0875
Vulnerability Hotline: (+233-50) 281 1092