The project, which is in line with the Thai government’s policy to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor, is scheduled for completion during the 2019/20 fiscal year.
The Treasury’s Pracharath scheme is designed to help people have a legal place to both live and work.
The rental will be set at Bt200 per rai per year for the land plots used for cultivation and Bt0.25 a square wah per month for plots on which they live, Yuttana Yimgarund, director-general of the department, said.
Published : October 08, 2019
By : The Nation