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Public Notice! This is to advise customers who wish to visit the Ministry of Lands and Mineral Resources offices to comply with COVID 19 protocols. For any queries contact: Mr. Nitesh Kumar(Customer Advocacy Officer-9906516-) or Sheetal Singh(Media Liaison Officer-9907673-)

Public Notice
Waiver of Interest on State Land Rental Arrears

This is to advise all lessees of State Land in Fiji that the Government has approved the waiver of interests on rental arrears on State land leases, over an amnesty period of 6 months.

The effective date for the amnesty period will be from 1st May, 2021 to 31st October, 2021.

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1220

New Cases (last 24 hours)

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Recoveries

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Bula vinaka and welcome to the Ministry of Lands and Mineral Resources website.

The Ministry is responsible for the effective and efficient administration, development and management all State Land initiatives including the facilitation of the country’s mineral sector and ground water resources.  

The Ministry of Lands administers a total of 18,000 State Land leases covering about 4% of the total land mass in Fiji.

The Ministry Headquarters is situated at the I’Taukei Trust Fund Building Complex, Nasova in Suva with its three (3) Divisional Offices located at the Fiji Public Service Credit Union building, Gladstone Road in Suva, Lands Department Building in Lautoka and Macuata House in Labasa.

The Ministry’s activities are directly linked and aligned to the People’s Charter for Change, Peace and Progress.

As an awardee of the Prize Category under the Service Excellence Award, the Ministry has envisioned to keep abreast with technology changes whilst ensuring environment and economic sustainable future of all state lands.

Through this website, we aspire to bridge the information gap and strengthen our service deliveries between the Ministry and its stakeholders and lessees that we serve.

The Ministry is committed to adopt a vibrant, equitable and Dynamic Management of Lands and Mineral Resources.

CONTACT US

Ministry of Lands & Mineral Resources
PO Box 2222,
Government Building, 
Suva, 
Fiji.
Phone: 3313 555
Email: landsinfo
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