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The leaderships of the Ghana Establishment of Surveyors (GhIS) ,the Land Use and Spatial Planning Authority(LUSPA), the Lands Fee and the Workplace of the Administrator of Stool Lands (OASL)  have agreed to construct synergies to boost the nation’s land reform agenda.

At separate conferences in Accra which centered on leveraging on their experience to sanitize land administration within the nation, they acknowledged their crucial roles which should be effectively knitted to assist cut back the myriad of challenges bedeviling the land sector. The courtesy name was a part of plans by the brand new executives of GhIS to succeed in out to quasi-government companies within the land sector to synergise their experience and strengthen their bonds to make their mandates achievable.

 The primary level of name was on the management of the Land Use and Spatial Planning Authority (LUSPA) which is a service supply company below the Ministry of Native Authorities and the group accountable for guaranteeing the sustainable growth of land and human settlements via a decentralized planning system, guaranteeing considered use of land and creating an enabling surroundings for District Assemblies to higher carry out the spatial planning and human settlement administration capabilities.

The President of the Ghana Establishment of Surveyors (GhIS) , Alhaji Sulemana Daud Mahama who led a workforce of executives famous that the interplay was a a fruitful one upon which the 2 establishments will construct on to discover viable inputs into land administration.

He famous that the Ghana Establishment of Surveyors is that this yr specializing in transformation in land administration and requires companions resembling LUSPA to drive that agenda. Alhaji Dauada was of the view that land administration points is a crucial matter and could be very pricey to them, subsequently they are going to go away no stone unturned to assist redefine the land administration regime.

For his half, the Performing Chief Govt Officer of the Land Use and Spatial Planning, LUSPA, Mr. Kwadwo Yeboah indicated that the 2 entities are bedfellows whose roles are reliant on one another. He mentioned the assembly was a possibility to kick-start the method of constructing synergies to safeguard the land administration in Ghana. The 2 establishments pledged to additional collaborate to satisfy the nationwide aspirations of land administration.

The executives of the Ghana Establishment of Surveyors additionally paid a courtesy name on the administration of the Lands Fee in Accra. The Govt Secretary of Lands Fee, Mr James Ebenezer Kobina Dadson who’s a previous President of the GhIS famous that the Establishment performs a crucial position in nationwide growth. He famous that the Lands Commissions is the only largest contributor of members to the GhIS and subsequently it’s incumbent on them to construct synergies to rework the land administration sub-sector. The assembly in keeping with the 2 organizations have been fruitful, and so they imagine will yield a optimistic impression on the event of Land points.

The GhIS workforce additional referred to as on the Workplace of Administrator and Stool Lands (OASL) and her workforce. The Administrator, Maame Ama Edumadzie Acquah, a previous President of the Ghana Establishment of Surveyors, who couldn’t conceal her pleasure recommended the Executives for the go to, saying their doorways are at all times open to all companions particularly surveyors to assist to champion a standard trigger in land administration. She added that the challenges are huge, however with such collaborations, they stand an enormous probability of overcoming them.




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