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Excellent administration and management of land for sustainable development



To implement an efficient land administration and management system in order to ensure equity in access to land


  • Efficiency
  • Transparency and Accountability
  • Innivativeness
  • Integrity
  • Professionalism
  • Rule Of Law
  • Independence


Our Land, Our Wealth, Our Heritage” 

“Ardhi Yetu, Mali Yetu, Urithi Wetu”

National Land Commission Resources

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Training Resources & Tools
January 2018

- Introduction

- Country Profile

- Historical Perspective to Planning in Kenya

- Land Use Planning Framework in Kenya

- Constitutional context

- Policy and Legal Agenda

- Oversight and monitoring function of the National Land Commission

- Interpretation

- Activities

- Challenges and opportunities

Legislation & Policies
December 2016

Article 67(2) (e) of the Constitution of Kenya mandates the Commission to initiate investigation on its own initiative or on a complaint into historical land injustices and recommend appropriate redress.

Manuals & Guidelines
December 2016

Cities and Urban Areas play a crucial role as engines of development as well as centers of connectivity, creativity, innovation, and as service hubs for the surrounding areas. Kenya has experienced unprecedented urban growth. At independence the urban population was about 8%. This had grown to be about 40% by 2015.

Reports & Research
June 2016

The Commission has been in the forefront of promoting good governance and accountability in the land sector. Progress in the land sector has been mixed. Through the effort of the government, support agencies and other stakeholders the Commission was able to devolve its function to the 47 counties through the County Land Management Boards (CLMBs).

Manuals & Guidelines
December 2015

These guidelines provide a basis for engagement between the County Governments as planning authorities responsible for preparing, approving and implementing County Spatial Plans and the National Land Commission as a monitoring and oversight agency over land use planning.

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