Squatters in one village in Sangre Grande where the Land Settlement Agency has completed road and drainage works are being warned not to grab more land as the agency begins the next phase of regularising their occupation of State lands.

And the recently appointed Housing Minister gave the latest figure for the number of squatters on State lands in Trinidad and Tobago.

Juhel Browne reports.

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