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TLTB prioritises strategies

Salaseini Moceiwai
Friday, August 29, 2014

THE TLTB has come up with prioritised strategies in a bid to empower landowners and provide them with greater opportunities.

As part of such efforts, the board has implemented the leasing of vacant or idle land, creating awareness at provincial, district and village levels for the purpose of providing advisory service through the landowner's affairs officer.

TLTB general manager Alipate Qetaki said they supported and facilitated the government's Look North Policy through the leasing of idle land for productive use and extension of agricultural leases under the Committee for Better Utilisation of Land (CBUL).

"The board also meets the requirements of the major sectors and facilitates the government's capital and infrastructure projects," he said.

Mr Qetaki said TLTB continued to facilitate the extension of agriculture leases under CBUL.








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