Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration - Guiding Principles for Country Implementation

GLTN and Kadaster publish the ‘Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration - Guiding Principles for Country Implementation’
Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration - Guiding Principles for Country Implementation

We are pleased to share with you a new publication, Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration - Guiding Principles for Country Implementation, published by UN-Habitat/Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) and Kadaster.
This publication is primarily designed to allow a range of stakeholders in developing countries to understand the overall Fit-For-Purpose approach to land administration and to recognise the benefits of adopting this approach.

The idea behind ‘Fit for purpose’ is that land administration should be designed to meet the needs of people and the environment. It also should identify the way land is occupied and used within a relatively short time and at relatively low costs. Authors of the Guide are Stig Enemark, Robin McLaren and Christiaan Lemmen.

Download the Guide at the GLTN website