National Land Survey
Land survey refers to the investigation, monitoring, statistics, and analysis of natural attributes such as land type, location, area, and distribution, social attributes such as land ownership, and changes, as well as basic farmland conditions. Including national land survey, land change survey and special land survey.
The second national land survey was launched on July 1, 2007 and completed on December 31, 2009. The third national land survey began pilot work in 2018, which is of great significance for implementing the scientific development concept, building a socialist harmonious society, promoting sustainable economic and social development, and strengthening land and resources management.
Outcomes of the second national land survey (sample)
On-site investigation and on-site verification
Application in rural land improvement projectS
Land remediation includes agricultural land consolidation, rural construction land consolidation, urban industrial and mining construction land consolidation, land reclamation, and development of suitable arable land resources.
Development of reserve land resources suitable for cultivation
Agricultural land consolidation
Land reclamation Rural construction land consolidation
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