Works for Cadastre of (2/B) Areas Put Outside Borders of Forests
To ensure the registration, according to their actual use, by eliminating errors, of 2/B areas which cannot be registered because they are defective, in accordance with the provisions of additional Article 4 of the law no. 3402 added by the Law No. 5831 which entered into force upon publishing in the Official Gazette No. 27123 dated January 27, 2009, of the areas put beyond boundaries of forests or became definite to be put beyond boundaries of forests by Forest Cadastre Commissions on behalf of the Treasury under under the Forest Law No. 6831.
1) "Registration of 2/B areas and identification of occupants" in about 153.479 ha. area in 2147 units (villages-quarters) in 26 procurement groups referred by the General Directorate of Forestry was started by the General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre started on March 3, 2009 and the tender procedure has been completed in three stages. Studies were conducted in 1925 units and a total of 2,208 units have been created according to the new administrative division. Works in a total of 78.746 hectares of land in 1755 units have been completed. 453 units have been put outside the scope of the tender for various reasons (updating, uncertainty, reversal of 2B by court decision, etc.). In addition, the tender for a total of 202 units was completed in two groups in 2010 and works started upon site delivery.
2) Works to be carried out by OGM and TKGM on site regarding confirmation of sites and amounts as locations, identification of errors and solutions and determination of information obtained as a result of exploration are in progress so that tenders could be made in 2011 to form a basis for the tender to be conducted for 3353 units (204.715 hectares) referred in 2010 by General Directorate of Forestry.
3) Works were initiated on July 22, 2009 in 39 units (villages-quarters) under provinces registered before upon identification of occupants, but in need of updating occupants. Works have been completed in a total of 1662 units in 61.521 hectares and the results have been reported to the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, which are the relevant Institutions, for the necessary action to be taken.