MME, Qatari Diar sign MoU on land development, allocation

July 10, 2021

The Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) Thursday with Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment Company regarding a mechanism for transferring the condition preventing the disposal of state-allocated lands for citizens to private lands in the areas of Al-Khuzama and Al Nafl (Ijarah) and Qetaifan South Islands in Lusail City, or the introduction of a mechanism.
The MoU was signed in the presence of HE Abdulla bin Abdulaziz bin Turki Al Subaie, Minister of Municipality and Environment, and Acting Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs.
The Memorandum of Understanding was signed on behalf of the Ministry of Municipality and Environment by the Director of Lands and Survey Department Mohammed Abdulrahman Al-Abdullah, and on behalf of Qatari Diar by the Chief Development and Asset Management Officer Eng. Yousef Abu Bakr Al-Musleh.
The signing of the memorandum is part of the existing cooperation between the two parties in the development and allocation of land and real estate in the country.
The Director of Lands and Survey Department, Mohammed Abdulrahman Al-Abdullah, stressed during his speech at the signing ceremony that the Ministry of Municipality and Environment seeks, through the signing of the memorandum of understanding, to increase and provide the finest residential areas for the welfare of citizens, by ensuring the selection of housing areas in modern cities that reflect th This is in accordance with the State of Qatar’s directives for the development of modern and sustainable cities in accordance with the Qatar National Vision 2030.
He stated that the MME’s urban planning sector will receive requests from citizens to transfer the condition that prevents them from disposing of or entering their own lands in exchange for a cash allowance in those areas, so that the applicant can benefit from the housing loan in accordance with the conditions and controls in place at the Lands and Survey Department, specifically, in order to achieve Qatari Diar’s vision of establishing and completing all construction works in Lusail City in accordance with the housing system.
He also stated that the Lands and Survey Department will investigate the beneficiary’s request to transfer the condition preventing the disposal of state land to private land in the areas of Al-Khuzama and Al-Nafl (Ijarah) and Qetaifan South Islands in Lusail City, where the applicant must submit a copy of the plot of land’s title deed. A copy of the purchase contract for the plot of land located in Lusail City, as well as a waiver agreement in accordance with the special conditions in force in the Ministry of Municipality and Environment, are also required, and the request to transfer the condition preventing the disposal or entry of private land is approved in collaboration with other competent authorities.
Eng. Yousef Abu Bakr Al-Musleh, for his part, emphasised Qatari Diar’s eagerness to provide opportunities for Qatari citizens to invest and live in Lusail City, the state’s largest sustainable smart city.
He said that the company offered numerous options and opportunities for residential, commercial, and other real estate investment in Lusail City.
Al-Musleh explained that the areas covered by today’s agreement are among the most distinguished residential areas within the city, and that the opportunity to transfer the condition preventing disposal from state lands to private lands will enable citizens to benefit from housing and construction loans and to live in these areas in the modern city of Lusail, which is characterized by an integrated infrastructure and facilities, diverse and comprehensive services, and this will contribute to advancing the development of Lusail City in general.


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