Improved land

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Improved land

Building sites which have water and sewage connections available and access to streets and telephone, gas, and other electrical services.
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improved land

Land which has been provided with water, sewers, sidewalks, and other basic facilities for residential or industrial development.
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Ms Dowlatchahi pointed out that the key results will be increased incomes, adoption of climate resilient agriculture and water management practices and improved land security for households, plus a strategy for the future that is informed by a deeper understanding of how land tenure governance can contribute to poverty eradication and food security.
"Achieving social justice in land titling and improved land administration and management are among the priority agenda of the DENR under the Duterte administration," Cimatu told over 500 summit participants from government agencies, business sector, non-government organizations and civil society.
Industrial real estate company Terreno Realty Corporation (NYSE:TRNO) announced on Tuesday that on 1 September it paid approximately USD13.5m for two buildings and an improved land parcel in Carlstadt, New Jersey.
Terreno said that the 7.2-acre improved land parcel is immediately adjacent to US Routes 1 and 9, and less than one mile from I-78, Exit 14 of the New Jersey Turnpike and Newark Liberty International Airport.
The farm extends to 360 acres, all of which is improved land with approximately 25 acres kept for silage.
It is clear from the climatic trends that we shall have more floods and with improved land management the effects can be reduced.
That this radical land redistribution, emphasizing improved land tenure security, along with greater access to land for women occurred in the context of Western sanctions makes it more impressive.
Its objective is to address land degradation and focuses on climate change adaptation, improved community management of grazing land, improved land use planning and integrated sustainable land management.
Last year volunteers across Britain improved land equivalent to the size of 80 football pitches and planted 50,000 shrubs, seeds and trees.
Last year, volunteers improved land equivalent to the size of 80 football pitches, and planted 45,000 shrubs, seeds and plants.
This will enable the early detection of problems, better evaluation of public programs, and improved land and water management by government and urban water utilities.
Improved land management and advances in biotechnology to create cold-resistant seeds have encouraged farmers to plant as early as possible--up to two weeks earlier than they did 30 years ago.

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