LIST: KCCA reopens 76 Arcades in Kampala, 70 remain closed over SOPs

Ruparelia Group's Market Plaza is one of the building okayed to reopen after fully meeting the required SOPs (Photo: Meera Inv'ts)

The Kampala Capital City Authority Covid-19 task force has okayed 76 arcades to reopen after meeting the required SOPs while 70 out of the 146 are to stay closed as further inspection continues on whether they meet the required standards or not.

The KCCA enforcement team also closed two arcades; Gaza Land and Corner arcades for denying access to the inspection team.

According to the Minister of Kampala Hajjati Minsa Kabanda, the 70 that have not met the minimum requirements for reopening have been advised to put the required SOPs in place then invite the team for re-inspection.

The inspection of arcades follows president Museveni’s address on July 30, when he partially lifted the Covid-19 lockdown which would see the reopening of arcades in the Kampala CBD with emphasis on Kikuubo and surrounding business areas, arcades and malls.

The reopening was pegged on KCCA’s assessment of the suitability of the business premises with focus on Covid-19 Standard operating procedures as per Ministry of Health guidelines.

Consequently, the Public Health team at KCCA together with other agencies namely; Internal Security, Military Police, Uganda Police Force and Ministry of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives were constituted into an inspection team to assess the suitability and compliance of the arcades based on a checklist that ensured adherence to Covid-19 SOPs and in conformity with Public Health and Physical.

The arcades had to have compliance officers Corridors, clear access ways, observance of proper hygiene and Sanitation, adequate lighting and ventilation, dedicated entry and exit Registration of tenants, Installation of CCTV cameras Use of PPEs and sanitizers, Social distancing and approved building plans before they are re-opened.

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However, Kabanda says they have noted with concern that some arcades have re-opened without fulfilling compliance requirements set out, “these are to be enforced without compromise.”

“We are continuing the enforcement exercise and shall not hesitate to prosecute anyone continuing to put people’s lives in danger,” Kabanda said.

Kabanda says where one is dissatisfied with the re-inspection decision, he/she can appeal to a team led by the Resident City Commissioner (RCC).

Full list of arcades okayed to reopen in Kampala

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  1. Annet Plaza
  2. Aponye Building
  3. Apple Towers
  4. Arua Park Mall
  5. Arua Park Plaza
  6. Atalanta Texile
  7. Bhatia Tower
  8. Bulamu Bwebugaga
  9. Bypass Arcade
  10. Chains of Liberty Tower
  11. Cham Tours
  12. Cornerstone Plaza
  13. Detail Plaza
  14. Discount Mall
  15. Discovery Plaza
  16. E Tower
  17. Eagle Plaza
  18. Electrical Plaza
  19. Em Plaza
  20. Equatorial Shoping (Old)
  21. Equatorial Shoping mall (new)
  22. Gagawala
  23. Gods Plan
  24. Grand Plaza
  25. Ham Shoping Arcade
  26. Ham Tours
  27. Hanifa Plaza
  28. Hanifa Towers
  29. Hard Ware Plaza
  30. Hardware City
  31. Hardware Plaza
  32. JBK mall
  33. Jenna Arcade
  34. Justin Plaza
  35. Kampala Plaza
  36. Karobwa Towers
  37. Kati Kati
  38. King Forward
  39. Kisakyamaliya
  40. Kiseka Site
  41. Kiseka traders Arcade
  42. Kizito Towers
  43. Kooki Tower
  44. Mabirizi Complex
  45. Magoba Shoping Arcade
  46. Market Plaza
  47. Mega Palza
  48. Mega Plaza
  49. Modern Complex
  50. Mt Zion Arcade
  51. Mukwano Arcade
  52. Musinge House
  53. Mutaasa Kafeero Plaza
  54. Nagatule Plaza
  55. Nakasule Shoping Center
  56. Nalubega Plaza
  57. Namanda Plaza
  58. Numak House
  59. Park View
  60. Plot 79A
  61. Reco House
  62. Royal Plaza
  63. Sasa Arcade
  64. Sekaziga House
  65. Senna Arcade
  66. Shamba Complex
  67. Spare World
  68. Star World
  69. The Prisma
  70. Trinity Tower
  71. Unia House
  72. Victoria Plaza
  73. Yunia
  74. Zaidi Complex
  75. Zibulatude Complex

List of Arcades deemed not fit to reopen

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  1. AMINA William Street
  2. Arrow Complex
  3. Arua Park Plaza A
  4. Arua Park Plaza b
  5. Avemar Shopping Center
  6. Barmako House
  7. Bonita Arcade
  8. Bypass Building
  9. Center Point
  10. Dembe Arcade
  11. Esco Plastic House
  12. Esco Plastic Ltd
  13. FAIBAH Plaza
  14. Fami Plaza
  15. Fidodo Buiding
  16. Fortune Plaza
  17. Giant shoping Arcade
  18. God’s Grace
  19. Jagwa Hotel
  20. Jemba Plaza
  21. Jesico Beuty
  22. Justin arcade
  23. Kabale Arcade
  24. Kampala Plaza
  25. Katonga Business Center
  26. Kizito Towers
  27. Light Arcade
  28. Lond buiding Plot 64 Kla Road
  29. Lutunga House
  30. Mabirizi City Plaza
  31. Majestic Plaza
  32. Malaika buidling
  33. Manella White House
  34. Mengo Hill Plaza
  35. Midcity
  36. Modern Sarah Center
  37. Moon light Arcade
  38. Mulima Muyini Arcade
  39. Nabugabo Business Center
  40. Nakasero Complex
  41. Namaganda Plaza
  42. Nasar Road mall
  43. Nzuram-Nasser Link Plaza
  44. Old Park Royal
  45. Peoples Plaza
  46. Priness Arcade
  47. Qualicel house
  48. Rafik building
  49. Sal Buidling
  50. Sekazga House
  51. Sky Light
  52. Smile Investments
  53. Soweto Arcade
  54. SS Plaza
  55. Star Shoppers
  56. Sunscity Arcade
  57. Superior
  58. Superior Complex
  59. Teddy’s PlAza
  60. Temusewo Plaza
  62. The Centre
  63. Trade Link
  64. Trade lkink
  65. Transnile link
  66. Tropical Complex
  67. Ttowa mall
  68. Zai Plaza
  69. Zebra House
  70. Zibula Atude


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