04 Sep 2018
Research & Analysis
Posted04 Sep 2018
Next month, LEI are organising with our partners a consultation workshop in Dubai on Public Private Partnership schemes for land administration. The World Bank’s Global Land and Geospatial Unit (GSULN) has engaged LEI with our partners, Planet Partnership, University of Melbourne, and Global Land Alliance to develop a Knowledge Product (KP) that describes and explores modalities for PPPs in delivering land administration services, titled Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Land Administration.
Globally, the topic of PPPs for land administration has generated considerable interest amongst land agencies and the private sector, as nearly 70 percent of the world’s population still does not have access to affordable land administration services. While PPPs have been successfully launched in sectors like water and electricity, this topic in the context of land administration is poorly understood, especially in emerging economies. LEI and partners are therefore taking the preliminary think tank concepts to global consultation. The first of these will seek feedback from representatives of the public sector, private sector, and academia to stress-test the initial analysis, operational framework and identify key actionable opportunities.
The following website LandPPP.org is where you can follow the project and knowledge products as they come online. We’ll be looking for your comments and feedback. Please feel free to get in touch with Daniel Paez, Project Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.