Land Pooling in South Asia: Lessons Learned for Equitable, Participatory, and Inclusive Urban Expansion
Publication | January 2022
The case study discusses land pooling as a promising tool to rein in urban sprawl and reach equitable and inclusive outcomes for sustainable urban development in South Asia region.
Trust between stakeholders is a prerequisite to enable the governments to scale it up for land development and urban expansion. The case study provides recommendations on policy frameworks, implementation of land pooling processes, and entry points for those donors that are active in the urban space.
- Case Study: India
- Case Study: Nepal
- Case Study: Bhutan
- Lessons Learned and Recommendations
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