Land consolidation

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Land consolidation is a planned readjustment and rearrangement of land parcels and their ownership. It is usually applied to form larger and more rational land holdings. Land consolidation can be used to improve the rural infrastructure and to implement the developmental and environmental policies (improving environmental sustainability and agriculture).[1]

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  1. ^ Pasakarnis G, Maliene V (2010). "Towards sustainable rural development in Central and Eastern Europe: Applying land consolidation". Land Use Policy 27 (2): 545–9. doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2009.07.008. 

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Also see Daniel R. Curtis, 'The impact of land accumulation and consolidation on population trends in the pre-industrial period: two contrasting cases in the Low Countries', Historical Research (2013-4); accessible at http://www.academia.edu/1933240/The_impact_of_land_accumulation_and_consolidation_on_population_trends_in_the_pre-industrial_period_two_contrasting_cases_in_the_Low_Countries