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


Herat, Farah, Nimroz, Helmand and Kandahar (21 districts), Afghanistan


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


Four Months


05 Dec, 2017 – 31 Mar, 2018

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.