Since 1998, the Central Land Office has been monitoring the basic cost and performance parameters of all regional land offices in the republic. Enormous financial resources have been invested in the execution of land consolidation in this six-year period, and land consolidation of relatively vast areas has also begun. The land consolidation scheme involved the implementation of major building and land surveying projects. The time series of financial and cost indicators make it possible to conduct performance analyses, compare productivity between the offices, and/or identify any negative influences on the land consolidation process and eliminate such influences through well-designed interventions on the part of the central policy-making bodies. This article analyses the individual cost and performance categories of land consolidation and assesses the regional influences on price per hectare; the mutual conditionality of basic parameters is analyzed.
six-year time series of costs and performances, cost per hectare, performances correlations, cost categories, performance category, regional cost dependency, source indicators