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Renseignements en Français

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Buying and Selling Land for Highway Projects

Investing in the provincial highway network is important in improving safety on our roads and supporting economic growth and prosperity in Saskatchewan.

In the planning phase of new development, land required to complete construction is identified. When that land is privately owned, provincial government representatives will approach landowner(s) to discuss purchase. At that point, the project and why land is needed will be explained. Questions and concerns will also be addressed.

Based on legal entitlements and working in partnership with the landowner(s), government representatives will make every reasonable effort to develop a mutually acceptable agreement to purchase private land.

Land Acquisition Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about buying surplus land

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