Musisi commissions physical planning centre The system will not require the property owners to queue at the physical planning unit, and will take less time compared to the manual system of registration.
Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) executive director, Jennifer Musisi officially opening the physical planning and land transaction unit. This was during the launch of the unit at city hall in Kampala on March 9, 2017. Photos by Lawrence Mulondo
Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) will soon come up with a system where all plans and designs will be carried out electronically, the KCCA executive director Jennifer Musisi said.
The system will not require the property owners to queue at the physical planning unit, and will take less time compared to the manual system of registration.
Musisi made the remarks while commissioning a physical planning and land transaction unit at the KCCA head offices in Kampala.
She said that the centre is meant to receive all city dwellers who have issues with their land titles and receiving of new developers who wish to construct in the city.
Property owners who have been waiting to be assisted and secure land tittle at KCCA hall have been braving the sunny and the cold weather waiting for their papers to be processed.
She advised the traders and users of KCCA facilities to always communicate in cases of inconsistence among the KCCA workers.
The director physical planning KCCA, Moses Atwine said that the structure was constructed at a fee of sh215m and has office facilities where developers will be registered and a waiting hall which can sit over 20 people.