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  1. Library Resource
    Supporting Singapore’s “30-By-30” Food Security Target

    Finding The “Sweet Spot” In Property Taxation

    Policy Papers & Briefs
    December, 2019
    Singapore

    ABSTRACTED FROM EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Singapore’s present status of importing over 90 per cent of its domestic food consumption needs is a result of the city-state’s deliberate industrialisation policy to transform from third world to first over the past decades, reducing the farmlands for food production from about 15,000 hectares in the 1960s to about 600 hectares today to make room for higher value-adding industries.

  2. Library Resource
    Singapore’s Lost Coast
    Journal Articles & Books
    September, 2019
    Singapore

    Beginning during the colonial period, and greatly accelerating following independence in 1965, Singapore has used land reclamation to increase its national domain by nearly 25 per cent. The construction of new land was a key component of the nation’s celebrated rise from ‘third world’ to ‘first world’ in the postcolonial period. But the economic benefits of remaking Singapore’s coastline came at significant ecological and social costs. Nearly all of the original shore, and its attendant mangrove forests and natural beaches, were lost. So too were two-thirds of Singapore’s coral reefs.

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    Land Administration System In Pakistan – Current Situation And Stakeholders’ Perception
    Conference Papers & Reports
    April, 2010
    Pakistan

    The current land administration system in Pakistan aims at land revenue assessment and tax collection for the fiscal purposes. This system is organised or structured on the traditional land registers and cadastral maps in paper formats, and their maintenance is mainly dependent on the hard works of the local land administrator so called “Patwari” at the grass-root level within his jurisdiction.

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    Drawbacks of land administration system in Bangladesh and some feasible solutions
    Journal Articles & Books
    August, 2015
    Bangladesh

    The land administration system in Bangladesh is not well-developed. It is beset with multiple defects and problems. It is corrupt, inefficient, and unreliable and inherently contains systematic weaknesses. Corruption has become a grave issue in this sector. A World Bank survey reveals that most crimes and corruptions in Bangladesh take place in land-related services. It has estimated that more than 3.2 million land-related cases are pending before the judiciary. A large number of the aggrieved persons is not empowered enough to approach the courts for litigation.

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    Ministerial Policy Statement For Lands, Housing and Urban Development

    VOTE 012 & 156 FY 2008/09

    Legislation & Policies
    Regulations
    June, 2008
    Uganda

    Mr. Speaker Sir, my Ministry has four Vote Functions namely; 1: Administration which comprises Programme 01-Finance and Administration, Programme 02- Planning and Quality Assurance and Programme 016-Internal Audit; Vote Function 2: Land Administration and Management which comprises programmes; 03-Office of Director, Land Management, 04-Land Administration, 05-Surveys and Mapping, 06-Land Registration and 07-Land Sector Reform Coordination Unit.

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    Ministerial Policy Statement

    VOTE 012 & 156 FY 2016/17

    Legislation & Policies
    Regulations
    February, 2016
    Uganda

    The Ministerial Policy Statement is structured by Vote, as follows:

    • Staff Establishment Structure Provides details of approved staff structure for each programme and project (including names of staff and vacant posts).

    This is clearly demonstrated in the form of an organogram.

  7. Library Resource
    Ministerial Policy Statement For Lands, Housing and Urban Development

    VOTE 012 & 156 FY 2010/11

    Legislation & Policies
    Regulations
    June, 2010
    Uganda

    The Ministerial Policy Statement is structured by Vote, as follows:

    • Vote Overview

    This section sets out past performance and future plans for Central and Local Government Votes in more detail. It is structured as follows for each Vote: A Vote Overview sets out key details of the vote, including past performance, future plans and key performance issues to be addressed including costing implications.

    • Vote Annexes

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    Lands, Housing and Urban Development VOTE 012 & 156 FY 2009/10
    Legislation & Policies
    Regulations
    June, 2009
    Uganda

    The Ministerial Policy Statement is split in two main sections; Section A, which provides an overview of performance and plans for the Ministry, Central Votes and local governments and Section B, which provides past performance and future plans for each Vote Function in detail, in addition to Cross Cutting and other Budgetary Issues.

    • Section A: Ministry and Vote Overview .

  9. Library Resource
    Lands, Housing and Urban Development
    Legislation & Policies
    Regulations
    April, 2015
    Uganda

    Madam Speaker and Honorable Members, the vision of my Ministry is “Sustainable Land Use, Land Tenure Security, Affordable, Decent Housing and Organized Urban Development”.

    The Mission is “To ensure sustainable land management, planned urban and rural development and decent housing for all”. The Mandate is “To ensure rational and sustainable use, effective management of land and orderly development of urban and rural areas as well as safe, planned and adequate housing for socio-economic development”.

  10. Library Resource
    Ministerial Policy Statement for LANDS, HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
    Legislation & Policies
    June, 2014
    Uganda

    Madam Speaker and Honorable Members, the vision of my Ministry is “Sustainable Land Use, Land Tenure Security, Affordable, Decent Housing and Organized Urban Development”. The Mission is “To ensure sustainable land management, planned urban and rural development and decent housing for all”. The Mandate is “To ensure rational and sustainable use, effective management of land and orderly development of urban and rural areas as well as safe, planned and adequate housing for socio-economic development”.

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