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Land Development and Governance Institute remains committed to its vision of promoting the application of appropriate policies, laws and management practices. In line with this the Institute held an Experts' Forum to review the Maximum and Minimum Land Holding Acreage Bill, 2015 with regard to possible areas of conflict and accordance to the Constitution of Kenya, 2010. The forum took placeat Sarova Panafric Hotel on the 23rd July 2015,bringing together various stakeholders in the land sector to obtain views on…
Draft of the minimum and  maximum land holding acreage bill in respect to private land is out. In accordance with upholding the principle of public participation under Article 10 of the Constitution of Kenya, members of the public are invited to submit views on the contents of the Bill to the Constitution for the Implementation of the Constitution by email on or before 3rd July 2015.   View the full bill here
The Land Development and Governance Institute carried out a field research mission from the 27th to the 30th April in Lamu County. The field research mission aimed at establishing the extent to which community land rights are protected during large scale land acquisitions. Lamu is one of three key sites that have been subject to large scale land acquisitions that the Instituteseeks to explore. The other two include Siaya and Isiolo. The field research mission involved data collection methods such…
LDGI has released its 17th Scorecard Report at a Media Briefing at the Nairobi Safari Club – Lilian Towers, on Tuesday, 26thMay 2015. The survey took place in the months of April and May 2015, and sought to establish how citizens are interacting with the various land administration and management institutions in the current institutional framework. The report centred on Land Governance Institutions under the current institutional framework (Ministry of Lands, Housing & Urban Development, National Land Commission, County Land…
Land administration and management in the country is set for improvements in efficiency with the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development recently announcing the online transactions for the Nairobi Land Registry. From the Land’s Ministry notice, citizens seeking services at the Nairobi Registry will benefit from a digital era of online searches, land rent demand notes and payments This will be made possible through the Government’s e-citizen online platform.    This will be made possible through the Government’s e-citizen…