Tenders invited for 53 projects of YCDC

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The photo shows Yangon City Hall where the YCDC is located.

According to the Yangon City and Development Committee’s Tender Committee, tenders have been invited for 53 projects owned by the YCDC for 2024-25 financial year.
The projects involve two market toll gates for collecting vehicle parking fees at markets and wholesale centres under the Department of Markets and Commodities Centre of the YCDC, 46 projects for collecting public restroom entrance fee, and other five projects at wholesale markets and camps. The projects will be leased for one year from 1 April 2024 to 31 March 2025.
Tender application forms can be purchased for the relevant projects on the second floor of the City Hall, Department of Markets and Commodities Centre of the YCDC. And the application forms for the projects at wholesale markets and camps will have to be purchased at the office located on 46th street, Botahtaung Township.
The interested persons can buy the tender application forms until 28 February and have to submit them by 29 February. For further information, dial 01-8376708, 01-8377890 and 09-420144112 during the office hours. — TWA/ TMT

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