There has been a significant increase in the number of urban development and industrial plants expansion. The World Bank has come with detailed guidance documents on how each project should ensure it has access to the right land plots that it needs for its implementation. Various modern mechanisms have emerged such as ” Public-private partnerships (PPPs) that can be a tool to get more quality infrastructure services to more people. Development must also consider fair and participatory cooperation from the communities that lie in line with the land expected to be acquired for a project. For communities, the spirit of their traditions, culture, and resilience is connected to the area they live. To ensure the successful implementation of a project, thoroughly assessed land acquisition must be considered as a key factor.
This course addresses the need of all managers and officers who are involved in land acquisition and development projects. It can offer a unique learning opportunity to both public and private entities. Further, it is regularly updated with modern-day approaches and internationally recognized strategies.
This course will provide you with:
- The ability to understand why land is needed for a development project
- Review of skills to plan projects and programs methodically
- Land acquisition regulations and the implications thereof
- Tools to conduct feasibility studies prior to commencement and evaluate the results
- Introduction to PPP as a financing mechanism
- Stakeholder engagement
- Compensation mechanisms
- Real estate planning overview
Who Should Attend
This course is valuable to professionals who are involved in land management, development projects planning and real estate planning. It will benefit senior executives, managers, and officers alike by engaging various steps and approaches.
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- Why Land Acquisition?
- Overall Development Approach – Theory of Change
- Project planning and designing
- Baseline data collection and feasibility analysis
- Stakeholder engagement
- Assessing project impacts, risks, and assumption
- legal frameworks
- resettlement management
- Compensation frameworks
- The negotiation process
- Successful models of land procurement
- Physical resettlement planning
- Livelihood restoration planning
- Connecting land acquisition to real estate planning
- Real estate planning steps
- Community investment and participation
- Real estate financing mechanisms
- Introduction to Public-Private Partnership
- Monitoring and evaluation
- Arbitration management in land acquisition
Course Fees vary based on location, topic and dates of the course. Please contact us to get details. Standard course fee includes:
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What Participants Receive?
If you require support in managing your trip to the course destination, we can provide you with information or arrangement. Travel management will be done by third party service providers and any discount will not apply on travel expenses.