Land Acquisition & Resettlement Plan (LARP) Development Works of 814 km TAPI corridor in Afghanistan five provinces and 21 districts

The activities of the project includes the following;

  • Site Identification of the Route Corridor
  • Training of the Surveyors
  • Public Consultation, Participation and Information Disclosure Process
  • Institutional Arrangements
  • Data Collection Team up
  • Arrangement of the Logistics
  • Identifying of the Parcel (11,980)
  • Detailed Measurement Survey (DMS) (11,980) parcels 500 m corridor and 814 km of route
  • Entering of Data into online developed Fulcrum Application
  • Data Quality Assurance and Control
  • Development of maps
  • Marking the Boundaries

DV project team, during the survey will mark the boundaries in pipeline route plans/maps. The scale of acquisition boundaries will be 1:25,000. In the case of very small parcels, the scale will vary between 1:5,000 and 1:500, in all the cases the visibility of the parcels will be assured in accordance with the cadastral maps and assistance from the Revenue Department.

The boundaries, at a minimum, will be as follows:

  • Province borders
  • District borders
  • Administrative borders (also traditional borders)
  • Town and village borders; and
  • Possession and property borders (cadastral parcels)
  • DV project team will install temporary right-of-way (ROW) survey markers on the edge of the proposed pipeline ROW, after having approval from the VICC. This will ensure to provide a clearly defined and undisputed boundary prior to construction of the pipeline.
  • Duration of Assignment

4 Months

  • Client

Venco Imtiaz Construction Company (VICC) / Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan India (TAPI) Pipeline Ltd.

  • Start Date / Completion Date

05 Dec, 2017 – 31 Mar, 2018