Shkoza’s residents claim that the project for the construction of Tirana's Outer Ring has deviated from the original plan.
They say that were informed verbally by the Albanian Road Authority that their homes would now be in the firing line, adding that they were excluded from the legalization process.
Within the walls of one particular house there are 5 families whose members will have to go out on the street because the house has been determined as to be destroyed for the construction of Tirana's Outer Ring Road.
Petrit Duku says the home was built with remittances and for the past 12 years has been in the process of legalization, but a few days ago representatives of the Albanian Road Authority verbally announced that it will be destroyed.
Residents assert that the project has deviated from the original plan and according to the new map, the Lana River passes through their homes, unlike what was previously defined.
In such circumstances, the only way to appeal is to the Prime Minister.
There are about 160 other families like Petrit Duku's who remain homeless from the construction of the Capital's Outer Ring.
It turns out that 82 objects were excluded from the legalization process, which means that these residents have no right to be compensated for the expropriations.