At least 4000 to be Bindura property owners

By Marsha Sengwe


AN estimated 4000 new home owners are to be added to the list of property owners
under Bindura Municipality not later than 2025.
This comes as the municipality has begun the servicing of 1600 low density stands in
Greenhill, where progress in construction of roads is now at around 60 percent
complete, with water reticulation at 30 percent.
The same council is also servicing 488 stands and another 68 stands in Brookdale and
Morningside respectively.
It is also servicing 1 600 stands in Chiwaridzo Phase 3 and gravelling roads to
Woodbroke North, a community for civil servants.
Elsewhere, Bindura Rural District Council is also working on the expansion of Rutope
Township by creating 500 more residential stands.
The local authority is undertaking a similar exercise at Nyava and Manhenga Business
Centres, where the council wants to expand the commercial growth points with an
additional combined 1000 stands.
In Muzarabani District, the local authority is in the process of servicing at least 1670
low-density residential stands at the growth point.
The authority is also looking to establishing two villagised settlements and according to
its chief executive officer, Anne Gwachiwa, there is, however, no progress to date.

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