Securing land tenure and property rights for all through efficient land administration systems is core to Land Equity's business.
LEI are the world leaders in international land administration
LEI is an experienced, innovative and progressive international development consulting organisation specialising in land administration, land policy and land tenure.
Lesotho Systematic Land Regularisation & Rural Land Allocation
Support the piloting of regularization and settlement planning of informal settlements in urban and peri-urban areas.
Mama Groan Land Project
Improved decision making, making land transactions more transparent, and improving land management procedures and practices.
Land Equity has considerable experience in establishing policies, procedures and systems necessary for the effective use of land resources.
We are providing research and policy direction for cities and regional planning to address increasing rates of urbanization and the consequential pressures brought to bear on land, water and other natural resources.
Land Equity understands that revenue generated from land and property taxes can provide national and local governments with an important source of funding for investment in infrastructure and services.
Land Equity recognises the critical part that land information systems play in integrating the main components of land administration, survey and mapping data, land regsitration information and land valuation data. Efficiency and integration of spatial and non spatial data management is at the heart of a modern land administration system.
Efficient land administration systems are underpinned by comprehensive legal systems which identify and protect land rights. We apply a flexible approach to developing legislation and policies that are accountable to civil society and consistent with government policy, while remaining practical to manage and implement.
LEI also engage in prominent research areas in collaboration with the World Bank and Asian Development Banks:Land Equity International designed and developed for the World Bank a land policy and governance diagnostic and monitoring tool: the Land Governance Assessment Framework (LGAF).
Human capital is the basis of any sustainable land administration system. Valuing people and recruiting, training and maintaining quality staff, particularly in management roles is critical to sustaining reforms.
Formulation and adoption of a comprehensive land policy framework.view project details
Provide an in-depth assessment of the existing iQoliqoli (fishing grounds) compensation mechanism.view project details
Prepare an activity design for assistance to the National Directorate of Land and Propertyview project details
8th Feb - 2013
The Modernisation of Land Services and Institutional Strengthening Project, a component of the 2007 Millennium Challenge Corporation and the Government of Lesotho ‘Compact,’ was executed...read more
31st Jul - 2012
The United Nations 2009 Global Report on Disaster Risk Reduction ranked the Philippines as the third most-disaster-prone country globally, as witnessed during two typhoons in...read more