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Harare Currently Not Able To Service New Property Stands Around The New Parliament Construction Precinct, But Country Desperately Needs A New Seat Of Power The Sunday Express Mixed feelings continue in Zimbabwe's property industry over expected increases in value of land in and around Mt Hampden - as construction of the new Zimbabwe parliament Buildings reaches roof level. Speculation has been mounting over how the value of land in and around the new parliament precinct will be affected by the occupation by the country's lawmakers - and investors now weighing up options for landuse around the new structure, and expected returns. Zimbabwe's new 100-seat parliament was expected to be completed for occupation in March of 2022 - but is now due for completion in September of the same year following disruptions that were caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Speaking on the Property Investment In Zimbabwe Programme - presented by Leimen Limited on Zoom this week, Oasis Realty's Lawrence Rimayi - told guests, followers and on the channel that there had been a flurry of activity and inquiries about real estate opportunities in Mt Hampden - but the main drawback at the moment was that the parliament was