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Vibrant, Equitable and Dynamic Management of Our Lands and Mineral Resources for a sustainable environment and economic future
AVAILABLE AGRICULTURAL LAND FOR LEASING
Launching of the ACP 2015 (Minister`s speech)
Permanent Secretary for Land & Mineral Resources, Deputy Secretary,
Directors, Divisional Heads, Staff
Ladies & Gentlemen
I must first of all thank and acknowledge the hard work of the Permanent Secretary, management and indeed each individual in the Ministry for your hard work towards the attainment of your key deliverables in last year’s ACP. The award at the PSC Awards night speaks volumes of the hard work that was put in.
Much has been accomplished by Government in the last seven years in relation to the organizational restructure of the Ministry of Lands and Mineral Resources. The internal reforms led by the Honourable Prime Minister have laid a solid foundation that I intend to build on over the next four years beginning this year.
I am entering this role with a strong will to work with the management and staff on the platform set out in previous Annual Corporate Plans, to improve service delivery for our customers, ordinary people and investors alike.
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Valuers Registration Board
The Honourable Minister for Lands and Mineral Resources, Mereseini Vuniwaqa re-assured three more families squatting in Naria, Rakiraki yesterday (02.02.15) that their lease will be regularized.
Mr Rajendra Prasad of Naria, Rakiraki was overjoyed when the Hon. Minister for Lands and Mineral Resources personally visited him and his family yesterday during her official tour around the West to inspect Informal Settlements.
Mr Prasad has been squatting on reclaimed Tiri land for the past 23 years. He has been applying for regularisation since 1989 but finally got his prayers answered when Mrs Vuniwaqa promised him that his name will be included in the list to regularise informal settlements later in the year.
Mr Prasad currently resides with his brothers and children on the same land. He will be granted a 99-years Approval Notice, which provides a sense of security to him and his family.
Mrs Vuniwaqa together with the senior officials of the Ministry will continue to tour the West on Wednesday, the 4th of February 2015.
The Ministry’s roles and responsibilities are implemented through various legislations which include but are not limited to the following:
Land Use Unit
Under this particular subject of mineral investigation, the project is formulated to enhance the mineral prospectively of Fiji by raising the value of known prospects.more
The Land Use Unit of the Ministry of Lands & Mineral Resources, is a new unit established to manage the Government Land Reform.more