Eptisa has been awarded the Second Land Administration Program in Guatemala

Eptisa will carry out the cadastral regularization in different municipalities located in eight departments through the country

July 09 2012

In 1998, the Government of Guatemala signed and agreement with the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBDR) to implement an Adaptable Programme Loan (APL) in land administration divided in different phases during twelve years.

During the Land Administration Project – Phase I it was carried out a cadastre and land regularization of twelve municipalities located in the Petén Department.

With the new legal framework approved and through the Cadastral Information Registry – CIR –, the government of Guatemala has awarded to Eptisa in consortium with Euroestudios the second phase of the Land Administration Project for Guatemala. This phase will last 24 months and has a budget of $USD 1,25 million.

The objective of the Second Land Administration Project of Guatemala is to foster the efficient and accessible process of secure tenure of land in the project area through the provision of cadastral and land administration.

Eptisa will carry out the cadastral and limited land regularization processes with the aim of determine both physical and geometric characteristics of the land located in the municipalities of Purulhá and Salamá in Baja Verapaz department; San Bartolomé Milpas Altas, Santa Lucía Milpas Altas, Magdalena Milpas Altas and Santa María de Jesús of Sacatepéquez department; Siquinalá, Palín, San Vicente Pacaya and Guanagazapa in Escuintla department, as well as to obtain information about these municipalities and the cadastral owners.


 
 Eptisa has been awarded the Second Land Administration Program in Guatemala