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Huambo Land Readjustment: Urban Legal Case Studies Volume 1
This report is the result of an analysis of two land readjustment projects that were implemented in Huambo, central Angola, between 2006 and 2008.
Land readjustment is the concept of assembling land with the general objective of facilitating the development or redevelopment of land. It has been used, for example,
to redraw boundaries of rural land to make farms more efficient, to pool developed properties in brownfield redevelopment schemes, to assemble land for new developments in “greenfield” sites, and to achieve densification in already developed urban areas.
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