The Lands, Housing and Urban Development ministry has launched an online tool that allows queries of the Nairobi registry and payment of land rates.
The move is hoped to help bring transparency to land matters in the city and make it easier to pay off any pending land rates.
Users can search for details on any land parcel in Nairobi, request demand notes for land rents, make payments and apply for clearance certificates.
The service is part of the government’s e-citizen portal, a one-stop site that allows access to services from various agencies using a single sign on.
Join E-citizen and start to enjoy the digital era of online searches, land rent demand notes and payments.
— Charity Ngilu (@mamangilu) February 26, 2015
– Business Daily