From 26 to 28 in May, a course on the impact of Territorial Planning on the recovery of capital gains and ways such as land administration must create practical instruments for this to cease to be only the poem of Hernando de Soto.
The event is promoted by the Lincoln Institute for Land Management, although they have not officially notified me and I have only known it by the invitation they have sent me to attend this event ... and with my other trip to BE Conference I can barely be the first day, say hello to Central American friends and not much more ...
It will be held at the facilities of the Zamorano Agricultural School and will be being promoted by the CEDAC Design and Architecture Center
There will be the presence, among others, of Martin Smolka, who has a great ability to sleep the few interested but for those who go to the course with good expectations opens the vision regarding issues such as:
"Characterization of the operation of the urban land market in Latin America"
- If there are markets!
- Everything becomes commodified;
- Notable strokes;
- Access to land is no problem at Ground served If it is a problem;
- High prices?
- Insufficient supply of ground served at affordable prices.
Well, see you there.