Visnyk LNAU: Architecture and Farm Building 2019 №20: 99-102
PECULIARITIES OF LAND RESOURCES MANAGEMENT OF AMALGAMATED TERRITORIAL COMMUNITIES
М. Bohira, PhD
Lviv National Agrarian University
Due to modern changes in the economic mechanism of development of the agro-industrial complex, brought in by the Agrarian reform in Ukraine, forms and conditions of land resources management are undergoing drastic changes.
Those changes are enhanced by implementation of the administrative and territorial reform. In particular, they concern land resources management within the area of amalgamated territorial communities.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine with its decree «About the handover of agrarian land plots in state property to the common property of amalgamated territorial communities» has thoroughly complicated the task of land resources management and pointed to the necessity of their updating.
Land resources management by amalgamated territorial communities must be focued, first of all, on the development of rural areas as a strategically important constituent of development of the region, primarily in terms of alimentary, demographic and ecological safety of Ukraine. Thus, it forces the need for establishing of a favorable legal field for an active involvement of investments in the development of agriculture, as well as shaoung of efficient state policy to stimulate investors, including foreign ones.
The current situation requires active interference of the state, because without advanced management of land resources of amalgamated territorial communities, without its transparency, no solution to the problem of rural areas can be found.
The state initiated its activity concerning updating and modernization of land relations. Thus, the Law of Ukraine of January 1, 2019 «About amendments to some legal acts of Ukraine concerning solution of the issues of collective property of land, updating of rules of land use within the areas of agrarian lands, prevention of raiders and stimulation of irrigation in Ukraine» came into effect, which regulated correction of some deficiencies, produced by the above-mentioned reforms. Ukraine has all preconfitions for successful completion of the agrarian and administrative-territorial reform, as well as establishment of science-grounded land relations in Ukraine.
The updated, public management of land resources by amalgamated territorial communities will support self-sufficiency of agrarian amalgamated territorial communities, which, will both reduce the load on the budget system and stimulate activation of local communities to participation in the development of their own area, an uprise in efficient use of financial and other resources.
land reform, amalgamated territorial community, administrative and territorial reform, land relations, public management of land resources
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