Lisec A.,UL Fakulteta za gradbenistvo in geodezijo Oddelek za geodezijo |
Primozic T.,Ministrstvo za kmetijstvo in okolje RS |
Pintar M.,UL Biotehniska fakulteta Oddelek za agronomijo |
Bovha D.,Geodetski zavod Celje d. o. o. |
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This article is about the activities of agricultural land consolidation in Slovenia and some critical points regarding their implementation. The study has focused on administrative land consolidations, which are implemented in accordance with the legislation regarding agricultural land management. In the research, the role of the individual land consolidator consolidation's actor in land consolidation procedures was studied. For this purpose, an inquiry into the land consolidation participants, administrative units and municipalities was conducted. It has been observed that in Slovenia the support of public institutions in the field of land consolidation is extremely weak. The exceptions are the areas with significant experience in this field, where land owners and consolidation participants are generally extremely satisfied with the results. Nowadays, land consolidation may be a part of a development project. The praxis in Slovenia still follows the traditional approaches, partly due to the weak public institutional support in comparison to foreign experiences. Land consolidation should be considered to be an instrument of national interest, due to benefits such as improvement of conditions for agricultural and rural development, landscape arrangements, supporting food self-security, not to mention other benefits such as new cadastral surveying and qualitative spatial data in the framework of land and spatial information systems. Source