Dubai launches online portal for land, property data


Dubai Municipality has launched an online portal that provides property owners easy access to their land and property data, including construction licences and certificates of completion.

Users can select a specific plot of land and instantly view its essential details such as the area name, type of ownership and issuance date of the sitemap, with options to download schemes.

Additionally, the portal offers detailed information on building permits, including licence date, type and numbers, all of which are downloadable.

Users can also easily access completion certificate details, including type, issue date and application number.

Customers can register for the new service with their UAE Pass account, through Dubai Municipality’s Digital Portal. Once they complete registration, they can access the data, a summary and status of service requests.

"This innovative initiative is more than a service, it represents a commitment to streamlining customer interactions in alignment with Dubai's aspirations for a digitally-advanced and inclusive society," said Dawoud Al Hajri, Director General of Dubai Municipality. "It sets a new global standard for government services, while significantly enhancing both daily life and business operations through proactive, efficient and effective service delivery."

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