The HOD reported that there had been numerous meetings to interrogate the Lenasia intervention plan and that the plan was finally adopted in a meeting on 18 January 2013. He also reported that the department was busy with detailed planning in relation to vacant land in the area. As there were plans to develop the vacant land, the department was finalising the analysis of the audit information that was captured audit information and would compile a consolidated report to guide on the way forward. A synopsis of the audit results which were prepared conducted during November and December 2012 at Lenasia Ext 13 and Lenasia Ext 4 were presented by the department as follows: . 615 properties were visited by the Anti-Corruption Unit, Property Management, Quality Assurance, City of Johannesburg and NHBRC, 215 in Lenasia Ext 13 and 352 in Lenasia South Ext 4. Out of the 215 in Ext 13, 21 were vacant stands and 11 were unoccupied, incomplete structures. . About 182 stands had complete structures- some were legal and were in the process of being transferred to their owners. . Of the 352 stands in South Ext 4, 125 were vacant, 67 were incomplete and 156 had complete structures but were not necessarily occupied. . A total of 240 people received notices to come to the department because they ere not found in their stands during the audit. These properties still needed to be verified. The Hawks were in the process of taking statements and collecting evidence from people who were cooperating so as to ensure that an arrest would result in a successful conviction. . The department had undertaken a road show to inform communities about the plans of the department to deal with the issue of Lenasia.