Land consolidation

Pursuant to Act No. 139/2002 Coll. § 2 (Act on Land Consolidation): Land consolidation in the public interest involves a spatial and functional arrangement of plots, their unification or division and providing access to and the use of land, and consolidation of land boundaries to create conditions for rational management by land owners. In this context, ownership rights over plots and related easements to them are regulated. At the same time, conditions for the improvement of environmental protection, land protection and reclamation, water management and enhancement of the ecological stability of landscape are enforced. The results of land consolidation serve for the restoration of cadastral records and as a binding basis for land use planning.

Phases of Complex Land Consolidation (CLC)

Assessment of background documents and analysis of current state

  • finding all available information on the treated area

Planimetric survey of an area of interest

  • detailed planimetric survey with elevations throughout the entire treated area

Geometric and positional determination of the inner and outer perimeter of the treated area

  • laying out and specification of the perimeter of the treated area with individual owners of affected parcels
  • identification of the course of boundaries + real estate inventory

Documentation of owners claims

  • quantification and graphical representation of the current state of parcels of land for individual owners

Plan of common measures

  • design of a new road network
  • erosion control and flood control measures
  • new elements of the territorial system of ecological stability

Design of a new land arrangement

Demarcation of plots according to the design

  • field marking of new parcels

New map series – DCM – Digital Cadastral Map

  • CLC entry in the Land Register

For more information see available on the site of the Ministry of Agriculture.


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