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Housing Policy Finally Crafted
CHITUNGWIZA Municipality, which over the years has been operating without a housing policy, has finally crafted one, finalized it and is now awaiting its adoption by full council for it to be fully operational. This was revealed by the acting Director of Housing, Kennedy Dube, who said once implemented, it would give guidance and credibility to the way wishing home-seekers will be allocated stands.
“The policy will certainly restore order and sanity in the institution, especially in the face of rampant illegal settlements,” Dube said.
Chitungwiza had about 13 000 people on its housing waiting list as at the end of January this year and plans to reduce the number by accommodating some in the Nyatsime area has been brought to a halt by farmers who sought a court interdict, making the matter sub-judice.
The city has been on record as having the highest number of cases of illegal settlements and double allocations and commenting on this, the acting director urged prospective home-seekers to follow procedure to help curb the scourge.
“For the record, allocation of stands for home-seekers is based on the waiting list which has three categories; the high, medium and low densities.
“When the need arises that we have to issue out stands, we contact interviews basing on the list, give successful applicants a period to pay for the stand which is broken into a 30 percent deposit within the first two months and the balance to be completed within 12 months.
“Thereafter, lease agreements forms are signed and the applicant is ready to commence development of the issued stand.
“However, the grapevine tells us that there are people who engage third parties to represent them, but that is not policy. Every home-seeker should directly approach our offices or housing department, join the waiting list and when stands are available, we contact them for interviews.
“We do not condone the involvement of agents in stands allocation as this results in the perpetuation of corruption where money is paid to third parties instead of the beneficiary channeling it towards development of the given piece of land from Council,” said Dube.
Meanwhile, another resolution has recently been put forward through the housing department for the computerisation of all council stations and facilities — including libraries. The resolution, which once passed will see the voluminous information belonging to CM converted into electronic form, now awaits approval.