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Turkey - Second Sustainable Cities Project : Additional Financing : Resettlement Plan : Land Acquisition and Resettlement Policy Framework (English)

The development objective of the Second Sustainable Cities Project for Turkey is to improve the planning capacity of and access to targeted municipal services in participating municipalities and municipal utilities. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: (1) full replacement cost (market prices plus transaction costs). Maximum effort to avoid land take before harvest (on agricultural lands); (2) if the remaining parcel of land after expropriation of a part of it is not economically viable, it will also be acquired and compensated (at full replacement cost) if the owner so desires; (3) if land is used for business and income is affected during the lease, the business shall be compensated for losses for the duration of the lease; (4) full compensation based on the replacement cost in a similar and comparable area plus moving and transitional allowance (depending on the case, income restoration assistance package such as equivalent of six months of minimum wage or a job opportunity or other social support mechanisms facilitated by municipality and or other institutions); (5) for employees and workers additional allowance (depending on the case, income restoration assistance package such as equivalent of six months of minimum wage or a job opportunity or other social support mechanisms facilitated by municipality and or other institutions) will be paid; and (6) additional supports such as employment priorities or additional support such as relocation assistance will be provided.

Details

  • Author

    Turkey

  • Document Date

    2019/04/01

  • Document Type

    Resettlement Plan

  • Report Number

    SFG5332

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Türkiye,

  • Region

    Europe and Central Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2019/04/29

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Land Acquisition and Resettlement Policy Framework

  • Keywords

    municipal water and wastewater; sustainable urban; legal framework; access to safe drinking water; land acquisition; replacement cost; Land Acquisition and Resettlement; right to due process; market value of land; access to common property; Transit Oriented Development; access to information law; geographical information system; environmental and social assessments; grievance redress mechanism; immovable property; Solid Waste Management; loss of income; land acquisition process; standard of living; loss of asset; land acquisition procedures; increase energy efficiency; Resettlement Policy Framework; municipal infrastructure investment; loss of land; disaster risk management; waste management system; solid waste investment; light rail system; road safety improvement; biogas energy; city planning capacity; income earning capacity; unaccounted for water; severity of impact; transfer of ownership; access to asset; loan to municipality; loss of value; energy efficiency improvement; parcel of land; value property; value of property; quality of water; project affected persons; payment of compensation; wastewater treatment plant; international good practice; inventory of asset; property owner; resettlement plan; agricultural land; displaced person; Public Transport; negotiated settlement; land take; court settlement; compensation amount; involuntary resettlement; job opportunities; job opportunity; market price; Municipalities; Safeguard Policies; vulnerable group; social support; minimum wage; income restoration; safeguard policy; ownership right; immovable asset; legal regime; resettlement assistance; house plot; rental price; public consultation; unit price; storm water; legal mechanism; fixed asset; Fixed Assets; infrastructure facility; resettlement program; legal right; social aid; water resource; transaction cost; crop value; land owner; productive potential; grievance mechanism; gap analysis; community liaison; Public Services; water utilities; water utility; transparent manner; court process; organizational procedures; investment resource; resettlement planning; resettlement process; affected population; eligibility criterion; productive asset; productive resource; rural area; public entity; legal interest; absentee owner; customary right; Land Registry; village head; reasonable effort; Real estate; public awareness; peer assessment; rotation system; real value; land use; legal basis; Displaced Population; spatial information; business process; financial intermediaries; data management; pollution reduction; plastic waste; Marine Litter; management infrastructure; flood control; public building; sustainable future; court intervention; water pipeline; rehabilitation centers; common land; common resources; wage earner; asset inventory; support system; residential area; social impact; inheritance right; resettlement impacts; Urban Infrastructure; agricultural activity; soil structure; land register; land usage; restricted access; lost income; transitional assistance; private land; crop loss; average yield; investment amount; stakeholder consultation; meeting minutes; land holding; objective criterion; tax declaration; individual value; valuation criteria; affected communities; gender specific; phone number; corrective action; application form; administrative jurisdiction; municipal staff; safeguards requirement; construction process; satisfactory manner; minimum level; social safeguard; utility finance; legal requirement; price determination; living standard; vulnerable people; earning opportunity; monetary term; transfer tax; private individuals; valuing asset; production level; constructed buildings; agricultural sites; housing sites; residential housing; involuntary settlement; resettlement activities; risk result; host population; consultation meeting; invitation letter; reporting procedure; host families; occupational education; mitigation measure; displaced people; opportunity cost; social loss; valuation process

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Turkey - Second Sustainable Cities Project : Additional Financing : Resettlement Plan : Land Acquisition and Resettlement Policy Framework (English). Turkey : s.n. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/713231554109393090/Land-Acquisition-and-Resettlement-Policy-Framework