Mtumba Special Area: Prime Area with Affordable Land Plots to Invest within Dodoma National Capital

The decision to shift the National Capital from Dar eS salaam to Dodoma in 2017, created enormous demands on housing, infrastructures and other social services. The booming functions and demands of the new national capital influenced the changes of Dodoma’s master plan,

The 2010 master plan which was proposed by then authority which was Capital Development Authority (CDA).  The 2019 Master plan accommodated the decision of the government to shift its offices and activities  to Dodoma. This 2019-2039 new Dodoma City Master Plan.

Following the location and on-going constructions of the two major government functions which are; Government City and State house at Chamwino resulted into emerging of the prime area which is between those two major government functions. This area covers the total of area of 4,289 hectares and famously known as ‘Mtumba Special Area’

During its planning process of the 2019-2039 Dodoma City Master Plan 2019-2039, The Mtumba special Area was taken into consideration by authorities in respect of existing indigenous agricultural activities. Its planning adopted the alternative approach which proposed; limited acquisition respecting urban farming and existing settlements.

The government has recently planned two areas within ‘Mtumba Special Area ‘which are located at at Mahoma Makulu and Mtumba/Kikombo.  Landai has land plots projects at this prime areas located at Mahoma Makulu which is within ‘Mtumba Special Area’, this prime area is located alongside Dar-es Saalam road, 3 Kms from Government City and 4 Kms from Chamwino District where the state house is located.

This is lifetime investment opportunity, to have your residential or commercial plot between the government city and the state house. The price for land plots at this prime area is very affordable taking into consideration its location, availability of infrastructures such as paved roads around project site. The price of one square metre is 10,000/= Tanzania Shillings. You can view land plots here or place your order to visit the project area any day free of charge here.


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