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Land Reallotment over the Course of the Development of a Rural Settlement in Ukraine

20 May 2021-Geomatics and Environmental Engineering (AGHU University of Science and Technology Press)-Vol. 15, Iss: 3, pp 115-127
TL;DR: In this article, a comparative analysis of the suggested approaches and their practical approbation have been carried out and the change of land plot spatial characteristics by means of various reallotment scenarios has been analyzed.
Abstract: The study is dedicated to land reallotment in the course of land use alteration in Ukraine. The case of the development of an individual residential block in an agricultural area is considered. The issue of the alteration of the spatial characteristics of land plots and changes in their designated use have been highlighted. The objective of the article is the substantiation of land reallotment at the level of an individual residential block on agricultural land which is privately owned by a number of landowners. The preconditions for the development of land reallotment in a rural‑type settlement in the suburban area of a big city have been substantiated. Alternative approaches to land reallotment have been suggested. A comparative analysis of the suggested approaches and their practical approbation have been carried out. The change of land plot spatial characteristics in the course of reallotment by means of various reallotment scenarios has been analysed. Land plot value after reallotment in each scenario has been specified. The practicability of each approach depending on the initial conditions has been substantiated. The research can be used in the course of rural settlement development planning, the coordination of measures on land use type alteration with landowners and land users, with private landowners or the implementation of local community initiatives.

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TL;DR: In this article , the problem of natural agricultural land afforestation with insufficient forest cover of the area is highlighted and the authors identify the main approaches to the issue of agricultural-land afforestation and propose land consolidation aimed at the rationalisation of agricultural and forest land management.
Abstract: The article highlights the problem of natural agricultural-land afforestation with insufficient forest cover of the area. The article purports to substantiate land consolidation aimed at the rationalisation of agricultural and forest land management in such conditions. The authors identify the main approaches to the issue of natural agricultural land afforestation. The afforested areas of agricultural land are suggested for redesignation as a forest resource as a result of a swap and reallotment of land plots. As an example, consolidation of available land, in the conditions of natural afforestation, has been accomplished based on a number of land masses in Chernihiv Oblast’, Ukraine. Resulting from the project implementation, better configuration and improved layout of agricultural land plots have been achieved, while the length and placement of country lanes have been optimized. The reforested agricultural areas within the specific land mass have been redesignated as a forest resource. The advantages and disadvantages of natural afforestation in land consolidation are identified in contrast to alternative approaches.The research findings can be used by territorial communities in the upgrade of land management practices, laying out and redesign of landscape parks and other nature conservation areas that include areas of business activity.

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TL;DR: In this article , the authors analyze and understand the nature and consequences of land legislation legal collisions, using the notions of Owner and Owner (Disponent) from the perspective of the regulation of land plot disposal for land plots of various ownership forms.
Abstract: The goals of the research are the analysis and understanding of the nature and consequences of land legislation legal collisions. The study is dedicated to the issues of land plot formation, and using the notions Owner and Owner (Disponent) from the perspective of the regulation of land plot disposal for land plots of various ownership forms.
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TL;DR: In this article , the problem of identifying the peerness of land plots is scrutinized, i.e. the recognition of land items to be peer provided the difference of their values is less than 10%.
Abstract: The article scrutinizes the problem of land plots exchange with the aim of the spatial land improvement. At the current stage, the problem of the removal of overlapping of agricultural lands in agricultural land masses, elaboration and improvement of land consolidation mechanisms; the implementation of compulsory complex land consolidation is under discussion; there are preconditions of the improvement of the technical substantiation of land plot alienation for public needs. In this context, the problem of the identification of the peerness of land plots is scrutinized, i.e. the recognition of land plots to be peer provided the difference of their values is less than 10%. The study aims at the improvement of approaches to the definition of the affordable difference of land plots values which can be considered peer at the exchange. The provisions of legislation have been analysed which precondition the peer land plots exchange and specify the affordable difference of values of such land plots. It has been revealed that due to the vague definition of the affordable difference of land plot value, there is the uncertainty of 1/110 (≈0,9%) to 13/220 (≈5,9%) of the value of land plot. The existence of such mistake is firstly the reason for the disputes of the equal land plots exchange in the court, secondly, it is a hurdle for the voluntary involvement of landowners to land exchange. The specification of the definition of the affordable difference of land plots values which can be considered to be equal has been suggested. The results gained can be used at the definition of land plots as the equal at exchange and sublease; at the implementation of complex land consolidation; at the alteration of legal acts on land consolidation; at the modeling of land reallotment based on the heuristic or optimizational approach.
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TL;DR: In this paper , the authors propose an approach to improve the quality of the data collected by the system by using the information of the user's interaction with the system and the system itself.
Abstract: Дослідження присвячене актуальному питанню перерозподілу земель у складі заходів щодо консолідації земель. Виокремлена проблематика пошуку територіальних резервів, які можуть створити просторову основу перерозподілу земель. Метою дослідження є виокремлення та обґрунтування територіальних резервів, які можуть бути залучені до процесу консолідації земель. Розглянуто землі, які з’являються в результаті просторової оптимізації земельного масиву або землекористування, земельні ділянки, викуплені у землевласників за їх бажанням, землі резерву та запасу, земельні ділянки, які відносять до невитребуваних паїв та відумерлої спадщини.
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TL;DR: In this article, the authors investigated land consolidation as an essential tool to create sustainable rural areas in Lithuania and found that the consolidation of land ownerships may be an effective and active land management instrument which not only addresses the problems of land fragmentation, but also, if applied sensitively, may deliver sustainable rural development in a wider context.

235 citations


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  • ...Spatial land improvement is one of the key instruments in the sustainable development of a territory [1, 2]....

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TL;DR: In this paper, an integrated planning and decision support system is proposed that integrates artificial intelligence technologies and multi-criteria decision methods with a geographical information system for use in routine land consolidation planning as well as for undertaking ex ante evaluations of land consolidation projects.

142 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the block priority and the interview-based models have been compared for the landholding activities in the project at Adabag village, Eregli District, Konya Province, Turkey.

81 citations

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TL;DR: Joint development or land readjustment can be an important tool for developing new land or reorganising urban areas as discussed by the authors, where landowners collectively leave land for streets and other public places, build the required infrastructure wholly or partly and adapt existing boundaries to the new plan.

69 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors examine the question of land consolidation within the process of agrarian reform and suggest that larger individually owned farms produce higher family incomes than smaller ones and thus farm augmentation makes a positive contribution to the well being of the rural population.
Abstract: This article draws on data from several recent surveys in Moldova to examine the question of land consolidation within the process of agrarian reform. It suggests that larger individually owned farms produce higher family incomes than smaller ones and thus farm augmentation makes a positive contribution to the well being of the rural population. Also, for farms of a given size, productivity increases as the number of parcels decreases. The article then proceeds to discuss the actual use of various market mechanisms for land consolidation, including leasing as well as buying and selling of land. According to various surveys, farms with leased land are in fact larger than farms that rely on owned land only. The article argues that land consolidation leads to better economic performance, while land leasing is actually used as a market mechanism for consolidation, which benefits both lessees, through increased farm incomes, and lessors, through income from lease payments for their land.

60 citations


"Land Reallotment over the Course of..." refers background in this paper

  • ...It has been affirmed by a body of research connected with agricultural land consolidation [3, 4], built‐up area readjustment [5–7], and forestry land consolidation [8, 9]....

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