Government changes attributions of urbanism ministry to meet requirements of new land code

Economic governance
Friday, 24 August 2018 14:49
Government changes attributions of urbanism ministry to meet requirements of new land code

(Togo First) - Subsequent to the recent adoption of the new land code, the government redefined attributions of the ministry of urbanism and housing.

The new code contains 736 articles and aims to improve land laws tackling speculation and expropriation, and solve the issue of dual registration of a single property, as well as that regarding construction in flooded areas and sell-off of rural lands.

In this regard, the government indeed had to ensure that the ministry of urbanism had an “appropriate organizational and operational framework, allowing the implementation of the new code’s provisions” to satisfy both the people and investors (local and foreign).

Adopted by the parliament last June 14, the new land code takes into account socio-economic and cultural transformations happening in Togo. It also recommends a battery of innovative and fair solutions to develop the agricultural sector.

 
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