Miradi Inayoendelea


The Government of United Republic of Tanzania through the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development is in the process of preparing the Land Tenure Improvement Project (LTIP) in collaboration with the World Bank. The aim of the project is to strengthen the national land administration system and increase tenure security for both men and women landholders in the Country.

The Project is meant to demarcate and register 2.5 million land parcels over the five years project period of which 1.0 million are for Certificate of Right of Occupancy, 1.0 million for Residential license and 0.5 million are for Customary Right of Occupancy. Other areas include rollout of ILMIS to support the decentralization of efficient land administration services delivery to the District and Regional levels, automation of property valuation system, enhanced geodetic framework and base maps production for citizens of Tanzania.


Integrated Land management Information System(ILMIS)

The Design, Supply, Installation and Commissioning of Integrated Land Management Information System (ILMIS) Project is an initiative of the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development(MLHHSD) that commenced July 2016 and is scheduled for completion July 2018.

The implementation of the ILMIS is the most substantial component of the additional credit of the Private Sector Competitiveness Project (AF-PSCP) financed by the World Bank Group and the Government of Tanzania, having as a general project development objective to strengthen the business environment in Tanzania, including land administration reform and improve access to financial services. The AF-PSCP aims to address challenges of the land sector by providing better land administration services to the public. The ILMIS Project is expected to address all functions of the land sector: deliver tools for handling all land administration functions (cadastral surveying, land delivery services, town planning, workflow management, etc.); improve the security and reliability of land transactions through an efficient and reliable land information system; provide a technical framework to harmonize and share land data; and track efficiency and transparency in delivering land administration services. ILMIS will contribute to the creation of a reliable land administration services for the customers and improving public confidence in the land administration services.

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Integrated Land Management Information System

Kigamboni New City

Due to the expansion of economic activities, Dar Es Salaam is expanding faster. In the coming few years, it is expected to expand even more and economic activities will increase. Especially, Kigamboni, the site area has a strong presence with large tracks of good, unexploited land.

According to various studies on the presence of unpolluted beaches, the redevelopment of Kigamboni will spearhead economic development and increase the national income. The big picture of the Kigamboni new city master plan is to provide sufficient infrastructure in order that the residents have a better quality of life and to build a core for developing new land demands of Dar Es Salaam, such as residential, commercial, trade and business, industrial, educational, and tourism facilities.

This report for the Kigamboni new city master plan is divided into 8 sections.

The first section is the introduction, which provides the overall project description, including work scope and procedures. Section 2 provides physical, social and economic analysis of the site area and various case studies offering good examples of a new city master plan. The detailed plans in each field such as the Master plan, Infrastructure plan, ICT, Tourist resort development plan, and Architectural guidelines are introduced from Sections 3 to 7 in order. The last section is the implementation program, and it describes the development phase.