Committee on Housing and Land Management
1947 Geneva Switzerland
1947, Geneva (Switzerland), as Committee on Human Settlements, as a sectoral committee of E-XE4176 - United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). Also referred to as UNECE Committee on Human Settlements.
Assist countries with reforming the housing sector through providing good examples with socially oriented housing programmes and spatial planning practices, with a particular focus on partnerships between all levels of government and the private sector and promoting modern cadastre and land registration systems as a basis for economically, socially and environmentally sound urban and rural development.
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Annual Plenary Session; Bureau; Advisory Board (HUMAN); Subsidiary Body - Working Party on Land Administration.
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