“White Lands”: 19 days until the end of the registration period in Riyadh

The White Lands Program indicated that the statutory period for land registration in the second phase of the city of Riyadh has expired after 19 days, indicating that delaying the registration of lands within the specified scope of the city, whether in its first or second phase, results in violations of up to 100% of the value of the fee. The implementation of the second phase of the system is near in Makkah, Jeddah and Dammam.

He added: “All owners of white lands located within the geographical areas of cities – in which white lands fees are applied – are required to register their lands through the electronic portal, including owners of white lands developed in the city of Riyadh, before the end of the regular registration period for the second phase after 19 days.”

On the sidelines of the Maskan Real Estate Exhibition – which is currently being held in Riyadh – the program explained that the studies of the concerned committees and the relevant authorities are still continuing to complete the regular procedures necessary to announce the start of the implementation of the second phase in new cities, indicating that the goal of imposing fees is to increase the supply of developed lands in order to achieve The balance between supply and demand, the provision of residential land at reasonable prices, as well as the protection of fair competition and the fight against monopoly, calling on landowners to quickly register their lands within the statutory period in order to avoid the fine for non-registration. After the registration period and issuance of the billing, he can object to the fees and provide evidence of impediments to the application.

It is noteworthy that the first phase of land fees applies to undeveloped lands with an area of ​​10,000 sq. The third will impose fees on developed lands with an area of ​​5,000 square meters or more, as well as the total developed lands for one owner, with an area of ​​10,000 square meters or more, in one city.


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