Navigating Land/Property Maps with Dubai Land Department

A land map is more than just ink on paper; it’s a legal blueprint that shapes your property’s journey. This vital document, synonymous with a site plan, plays a pivotal role in securing approvals for construction and modifications from relevant authorities. Let’s delve into the intricacies.

Decoding Land/Property Maps

A land map, or site plan, is the key to unveiling your property’s potential. It encapsulates critical data, including location, boundaries, dimensions, zoning systems, green spaces, parking, and more. Not only does it guide construction, but it also paves the way for future adaptations.

Streamlined Land Map Issuance by FIXIT Government Services

FIXIT Government Services stands as your hassle-free route to obtaining a land map. Eliminating the need for an in-person visit to the Dubai Land Department office, our experts facilitate a swift application process. With three DLD-authorized centers strategically stationed across Dubai, your land or property map can be acquired efficiently.

Land Map’s Vital Lifespan

The land map’s validity extends for five years from issuance, barring modifications to the plot during this period. Its significance lies in serving as a reference point and a blueprint for property evolution.

Navigating Issuance Timeline

Secure a land map within a single working day during the Dubai Land Department’s operational hours. Otherwise, the process concludes on the following day. FIXIT Government Services ensures efficiency, respecting your time and needs.

Essential Fees and Documents

The issuance fees vary based on specific requirements:

  • Dubai Land Map Issuance: AED 206
  • Unified Map (Including DM+ DLD): AED 431
  • Unit/Villa/Building Map Issuance: AED 356

Documents Required:

  1. Copy of the land title deed certificate.
  2. Copy of the owner’s Emirates ID card or passport (for non-ID card holders within the UAE).
  3. Copy of the company’s Trade License Copy if the owner is a company.