Securing land tenure and property rights for all through efficient land administration systems is core to our business.
LEI is a world leader in international land administration
LEI is an experienced, innovative and progressive international development consulting organisation specialising in land administration, land policy and land tenure.
Mekong Region Land Governance Project
Innovative ways of addressing land governance to improve family farmers’ access to natural resources in the Mekong Region
Participatory Mapping and Planning in Indonesia
Building local government capacity in spatial planning through PMaP2 and PMaP3 in target districts in Indonesia
One Map Technical Assistance in Indonesia
Supporting One Map Policy implementation and strengthening National Spatial Data Infrastructure for establishing clarity around land use and administrative boundaries at the village level
LEI has considerable experience in establishing policies, procedures and systems necessary for the effective use of land resources.
LEI provides research and policy direction for cities and regional planning to address increasing rates of urbanisation and the consequential pressures urbanisation places on land, water and other natural resources.
At LEI, we understand that revenue generated from land and property taxes can provide national and local governments with an important source of funding for investments in infrastructure and services. LEI supports the development of valuation systems that provide fair, affordable and transparent valuations to all land holders.
LEI recognises the critical part that land information systems play in integrating the main components of land administration, survey and mapping data, land registration information and land valuation data. Efficiency and integration of spatial and non-spatial data management are 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 for managers and implementers.
LEI plays an active role in research and the international dialogue around leading practice innovations and tools in land governance.
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.
Expand the delivery of economic and social services in participating Local Government Units (LGUs).view project details
Land registration/administration services development, strengthening dispute resolution mechanisms, improving infrastructure, and decentralising land administration services.view project details
Developing a useful and practical methodology (tool) whereby the costing and financing of land administration services in developing countries can be reformed and modernised.view project details
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