Hundreds of residents of the city of al-Raqqa continue to renovate their partially destroyed homes and rebuild houses and structures completely destroyed by car bombs detonated by Daesh mercenaries in most neighborhoods of the city of al-Raqqa.
Therefore, the concerned parties seek to organize the reconstruction and provide the necessary facilities for the people, as confirmed by director the People's Municipality's technical department in al-Raqqa Muhammad al-Bakri "The municipality of the people in al-Raqqa is working to grant licenses for the reconstruction of destroyed houses in the city, 2011, where al-Raqqa is witnessing a remarkable large-scale urban movement in recent days."
In order to alleviate the financial burden on the people, the People's Municipality of al-Raqqa initiated a reduction in the fees for the reconstruction of the damaged buildings. More than 130 building permits were granted for the newly constructed buildings, and hundreds of permits were granted for buildings that were completely or partially destroyed.
One of the most important facilities offered by the People's Municipality in al-Raqqa is the exemption of completely destroyed houses. This step comes from the People's Municipality to help the people rebuild their destroyed homes and to encourage the displaced people who wish to return to their homes.
The municipality also exempted shop owners from 60% of the real estate fees compared to modern buildings that were exempted by 30% of the real estate fees.
Besides, they are working on the cleaning and rehabilitation of the main roads in the city of al-Raqqa, thus the number of shops that have been opened so far to more than 15 thousand shops distributed in the center of the city of al-Raqqa.