Indicators of achievement


Institutional arrangement.

Land Administration Entity.


Implementation of National Land Commission.

Role of the NLC.


Formulation of policies to regulate land development, systematic alienation, land reclamation, land use, and building construction.

Land Administration Act.


Ability to resolve disputes on administrative boundaries/local authority boundaries based on the feedback of stakeholders and the general public.

Gazetted administrative boundaries.


Close monitoring of property valuation preventing deeds/titles from being written at undervalued amounts.

Standardization of uniform land valuation, eliminating ad-hoc land assessment.


Tracking collection of tax by local authorities.

Systematic monitoring of annual land tax collection by creating various financial report summaries.


Ability to track the status of issuance of street line certificate, building line certificate, non-vesting certificate, development approval by the local authority for each land parcel.

Ability to control land degradation and misuse.


Ability to summarize land information for quick decision making; for example, the amount of compensation to be given in acquiring private lands for new road construction.

Report generation with analyzed results.


Controlling ownership transfer until conditions imposed are met such as clear ownership history, residential/commercial development approval, proper land valuation, etc.

Rules and regulations on land transactions based on the Land Administration Act.


Allowing people to invest in alienated state lands by transfer of ownership with an outright grant with minimum restrictions and encumbrances in utilizing lands to boost productivity.

A number of outright grants issued to state lands alienated to people.


Provision of land information for Urban and rural planning and management, and disaster management and resilience.

Report generation with analyzed results.


Generating revenue as a business model by providing necessary land information to various parties including financial institutions and the general public involved in the land transaction process as described in Section 6, and interacting with relevant stakeholders to resolve issues on land transactions.

Daily income against land transaction dealings.


Updating heterogeneous databases crawling information from the LAFDBMS is possible. For example, the Valuation Department can collect private property information once a land transaction takes place as mentioned in Section 6 (ii).

Completeness of timely information.