Land Management in UK Law

  • The difficult match between a territorial policy instrument and the industry-centred tradition of French agricultural policies: the Land Management Contract (LMC)
    • Núm. 72-3, Septiembre 2006
    • International Review of Administrative Sciences
    Between 1999 and 2002, the Land Management Contract (LMC) programme was the principal mechanism implemented by France in response to the demands of the European Rural ...
  • Implementation of electronic records management systems. Lessons learned from Tlokweng land Board-Botswana
    • Núm. 30-1, Marzo 2020
    • Records Management Journal
    • 43-62
    Purpose: Technology has influenced the implementation of electronic records management systems (ERMS) in government agencies. The high incidence of poor service delivery in government agencies is a...
  • Group management accountant: Toby Fowlston explains what it takes to land this highly sought-after position.
    • Núm. 2010, Enero 2010
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Fowlston, Toby
    • So you want to be ...
    ...Many newly qualified CIMA members want to move into group accounting roles and, because group management accounting is a natural progression for a CIMA professional (and an increasingly popular choice for ACAs), you will face strong competition to se......
  • Performance management: will Kaplan and Norton's much-discussed balanced scorecard turn out to be another passing management fad, or will it yet take organisations to the promised land of performance measurement?
    • Núm. 2013, Febrero - Octubre 2013
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Steven, Grahame
    • Paper P2
    ...The seminal Harvard Business Review article by Robert Kaplan and David Norton, "The balanced scorecard: measures that drive performance", was published in 1992, but that was not the start of the story. Kaplan had written an HBR piece in 1984, entitle......
  • Property and Empire
    • Núm. 24-3, Septiembre 2015
    • Social & Legal Studies
    This article argues that spatial re-ordering in the interests of globalisation goes back to the very beginning of modern Western empires. It does this by exploring the role of land law in globalisa...
    ......It does this by exploring the role of land law in globalisation. It shows that there is a remarkable continuity ... extends even into attempts to re- order land laws and land management as part of programmes of post-conflict statebuilding. Keywords Land law, ......
  • Autonomy and local democracy in Africa: an illustration using the case of Senegal
    • Núm. 78-4, Diciembre 2012
    • International Review of Administrative Sciences
    This contribution analyzes from a retrospective and synchronous perspective the often conflicting power relations between the French colonial, the Senegalese post-colonial central states and the de...
    ...... on the effective autonomy of the local collectivities in the management and running of the competences which are transferred to them through the ... on the func- tioning of decentralized communities, local governance, land management and the system of financial adjustment. It proposes means of ......
  • Regeneration of brownfield land: the environmental law challenges
    • Núm. 10-3, Octubre 2018
    • Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law
    • 202-218
    Purpose: The purpose of the project was to investigate environmental law issues surrounding the regeneration of brownfield land. Design/methodology/approach: Following a literature review, an indu...
    ...... academiccontributors.Findings –A critique of the literatureon relevant environmental law issues including contaminatedland,waste management, water pollution,environmental impact assessment (EIA) issues and finally the politicalagenda is presented.Contaminated land, waste management, ......
  • Reversing the ‘Tragedy’ of the Commons? Sustainable Management and the Commons Act 2006
    • Núm. 73-3, Mayo 2010
    • The Modern Law Review
    The Commons Act 2006 is the first statute since the Commons Registration Act 1965 to address the problems associated with the management of common land in England and Wales. A key focus for the 200...
    ...... A ct 2006 is the ¢rst statute sin ce the Commons R egistration A ct 1 965 to addressthe problems associa ted with the manag ement of comm on land in England andWal es. A key focu s for the 2006 Act is the intr oduction of mech an- isms for the susta inable managem ent of common land, in cluding ......
  • Land administration practices in Tanzania: a replica of past mistakes
    • Núm. 11-1, Abril 2019
    • Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law
    Purpose: This paper aims to examine current land administration practices (LA) in Tanzania to pinpoint divergences and convergences from past experiences that necessitated the 1990s reforms. Desig...
    ...... Alananga , Elitruder Richard Makupa , Kerbina Joseph Moyo , Upendo Chamuriho Matotola and Emmanuel Francis Mrema Department of Land Management and Valuation, Ardhi University, Dar es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania Abstract Purpose – This paper aims to examine currentland ......
  • Land value capture mechanisms in Hong Kong and Singapore. A comparative analysis
    • Núm. 22-1, Febrero 2004
    • Journal of Property Investment & Finance
    • 76-100
    Hong Kong and Singapore are characterized by rapid economic development and a high population density of 6,250 and 6,055 per km2 land respectively. Land revenue is their major source of income to f...
    ...... Article 7 of the Basic Law, whichforms part of the constitutional framework of Hong Kong, the government isresponsible for the use and management of land on behalf of the State. Thegeneral principles relating to land policy and land administration issues are setout in Article 120 to Article 123 ......
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