UMNOTHO VILLAGE

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As a community we purchased 32+ hectares of land where we are building 2000 houses.

You can join us and get yourself:

  • Residential Stand

  • Business Stand

Residential Stand

R12 500

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  • Stand Size: 150 - 240 m

  • Get a Title Deed

  • Build a house of your choice

  • Build rental units

  • No shacks allowed

  • Only approved building plans

  • 5 years to build

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Business Stand

R35 000

  • Stand Size: 200 m

  • Get a Title Deed

  • Workshop, church, offices etc

  • Whatever business you want

  • Only approved building plans

  • 5 years to build

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Umnotho's development sites are located in Muldersdrift, Gauteng Province.
The sites are closer to Lanseria Airport with easy access around Johannesburg areas.
Our objective is to locate ourselves closer to work and business opportunities.
Umnotho Village Directions
WHERE ARE WE LOCATED?

UMNOTHO VILLAGE

Greengate Ext 60 Umnotho Village
So far we have three approved developments:
  • Greengate Ext 60
  • Greengate Ext 74
  • Mogale Ext 28
GDARD approved our EIA (Environmental Studies)
Mogale City Local Municipality approved our Town Planning
OUR LAND
LAND DETAILS
Portion 130 of the farm Rietfontein 189 IQ
Tittle Deed: T32772/2015
Size: 8,5653 Hectares
Portion 79 of the farm Rietfontein 189 IQ
Tittle Deed: T54025/2015
Size: 5,8317 Hectares 
Portion 63 of the farm Nooitgedacht 189 IQ
Title Deed: T98970/2015
Size: 14,5722 Hectares
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OUR TOWN PLANNERS AND ENGINEERS
STUDIES AND REPORTS                               ENGINEERS AND SPECIALISTS
  1. TOWN PLANNERS                                  - Synchronicity Development Planning
  2. EIA SPECIALIST                                      - Batho Earth Environmental Consultants
  3. LAND SURVEY                                        - Barnard & Schneider
  4. GEOTECHNICAL SURVEY                     - KHg Applied Geologists
  5. ECOLOGICAL STUDIES                         - Scientific Aquatic Services
  6. FLOODLINE CERTIFICATION                 - KLUNENE Civil Engineers
  7. CIVIL ENGINEERING REPORT              - ILLIFA Africa Engineers
  8. SERVICES OUTLINE REPORT 2            - KLUNENE Civil Engineers
  9. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING REPORT - SADECON Africa Engineers
  10. HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT        - J van Schalkwyk Heritage Consultant
  11. TRAFFIC IMPACT ASSESSMENT           - Moyeni Professional Engineering                                                                                                                                - Hamilton Consulting Engineers

Umnotho Village  Model

Our Search For Land and Better Housing

Umnotho Village Model
OUR MODEL
Our model is based on the community taking responsibility to purchase their own land and initiating their own housing project. Community members then become investors, developers and beneficiaries of their own project. Government is later invited to invest through basic infrastructure and housing subsidies.
Umnotho Village is a community driven project that aims to lower the cost for housing so that low-income families can achieve better housing. 
ETHEMBALETHU VILLAGE

Ethembalethu Eco Village:  Home to 150 families

Ethembalethu Eco Village is a beautiful home to 150 families. Ethembalethu (Our Place of Hope), is the first community driven housing project in Muldersdrift and a shinning example on how ordinary people can come together to achieve affordable housing.
The community raised its own funds to secure land and to conduct environmental studies for town planning processes. It was not easy, but after overcoming so many obstacles, the community finally partnered with the government to build the 150 houses.
Today Ethembalethu is a beautiful village with beautiful houses. Walking down the streets of Ethembalethu, it is easy to see how the community is proud and how it continues to maintain the village.
"It always seems impossible until it is done" - Nelson Mandela
To read more on Ethembalethu:
https://www.sanews.gov.za/south-africa/place-call-home-ethembalethu-residents