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Type of publication: Straipsnis kitose duomenų bazėse / Article in other databases (S4)
Field of Science: Aplinkos inžinerija / Environmental engineering (T004)
Author(s): Atkocevičienė, Virginija;Juknelienė, Daiva;Valčiukienė, Jolanta;Orechovaitė, Diana
Title: Comparative Analysis of the Selected Land Consolidation Projects
Is part of: Baltic surveying : international scientific journal / Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Vytautas Magnus University. , 2019, vol. 11 (2)
Extent: p. 8-16
Date: 2019
Keywords: Land parcel;Consolidation;Land users;Private and state land
Abstract: Land consolidation is an important stage for agriculture and rural development. During the land reform, parcels of irrational size and shape were formed, which became difficult to cultivate efficiently. In essence, land consolidation projects must primarily be developed in areas with large, viable farms, and land parcels forming land holdings are not compact, distant from each other and from centers. Land consolidation projects have been under development for many years, but it is appropriate to pay attention to the expediency of implemented projects. Land consolidation goals and procedures vary from country to country, as the development of this procedure in each country is determined by historical trends, culture, traditions and land consolidation legislation. Many of those who have analyzed this topic emphasize the need for consolidation, but it is very important that landowners understand the importance of this process and make sure of its opportunities and benefits. Land consolidation must be designed so that the benefits of the project are higher than the results of the conversion works before the project. The purpose of this article is to compare land consolidation projects which were prepared in different areas of Lithuania. Two objects of the research in which land consolidation projects had been carried out and implemented in 2013 were selected, where the number of sites in units decreased: 41.8% in one project and 28% in the other. Changes in parcel configuration were also noticeable, when in one of the projects analyzed even 92 percent of land parcels have become regular - close to rectangular - shapes. The average size of land parcels in this project increased from 5.32 ha to 9.14 ha
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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