Optimization of the Land Offices organisation in the Czech Republic
Z. Trávníček, J. Štolcpart, V.A. Mazínhttps://doi.org/10.17221/92/2010-AGRICECONCitation:Trávníček Z., Štolcpart J., Mazín V.A. (2011): Optimization of the Land Offices organisation in the Czech Republic. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 57: 506-515.
The land consolidation is a significant instrument for the ownership relations issue and for ensuring the maintenance of land functions and the increase of the ecological stability. Despite of the demonstrable arguments, this activity is not fully valued by the society, which is retroactively reflected from the long term point of view into the processes and structures of land consolidation in countryside. The analysis of the current organisation and management of the Land Offices pointed at substantial regional differences in the process management effectiveness, the utilisation of expert capacities during the land consolidation realisation and further administration actions. There is proposed an optimisation of the institutional structure that will be sufficiently flexible towards the changes of the demanded actions. The need for change of organisation and activities requires also the agro-environmental policies of the European Union.Keywords:
land consolidation, Land Offices, organisational structures, management structures, countryside