JOURNAL OF NATURAL RESOURCES ›› 2015, Vol. 30 ›› Issue (11): 1933-1942.doi: 10.11849/zrzyxb.2015.11.013

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Method and System Implement of Property Rights Readjustment of Cultivated Land Divided by Linear Project: A Case Study in Land Consolidation Project Along the Shunping Section of Baofu Highway

TANG Xiu-mei1, 2, 3, HAO Xing-yao1, 2, 3, PAN Yu-chun1, 2, 3, LIU Yu1, 2, 3, REN Yan-min1, 2, 3   

  1. 1. Beijing Research Center for Information Technology in Agriculture, Beijing Academy of Agriculture and Forestry Sciences, Beijing 100097, China;
    2. National Engineering Research Center for Information Technology in Agriculture, Beijing 100097, China;
    3. Key Laboratory of Agri-informatics, Ministry of Agriculture, Beijing 100097, China;
    4. Beijing Forestry University,Beijing 100083, China
  • Received:2014-09-23 Revised:2015-01-23 Online:2015-11-14 Published:2015-11-14

Abstract:

With the rapid urbanization and industrialization in China, linear network projects, including highway, railway, water conservancy, oil and gas pipe line, and other projects, develop rapidly. The construction and operation of linear projects lead to land fragmentation, destruction of water conservancy facilities, and problems of cultivated land quality. Because of the linear projects’ construction, the land along the linear projects is inevitably divided into two or more parts. Although the channel reservation and other measures can alleviate the problems, they bring difficulties to modernized agricultural production since large machines are not usable and daily farming activities are inconvenient in fragmented lands. Taking cultivated land divided by highway as a case, this paper explores the method of readjusting the property right of cultivated land divided by linear projects. In this case, the rights readjustment processes are divided into two types, replacement of ownerships and transfer of use rights, according to different readjustment policy. And two kinds of right readjustment methods, equal-area and equal-value, are proposed in this paper. The divided cultivated land plot must be readjusted form one side of the highway to the other side for the convenience of agricultural production. The replacement of ownerships is adopted if two villages readjust their lands each other, then the ownerships of the lands will be replaced and the way of compensation will be determined based on the land area or value. The transfer of use rights is adopted if the readjustment of land is single direction, then the land plot will be used by the other village and also the annual compensation will be determined based on land area or value. The equal-area method and equal-value method are suitable for different occasions. Equal-area method is easy, and it is applicable to lands with small difference in condition attribute difference is small; equal-value method is mainly applied to lands with different conditions, and it is not simply determined by the area conversion index. Supported by GIS service software—SuperMap iServer, an interactive web application for land rights readjustment is built. Taking the land consolidation regions of Gaoyupu town and Yaoshan town along the Shunping section of Baofu highway as the study area, and rights readjustment scheme of the cultivated lands divided by the highway is generated by the software system. The result shows that the generated schema is corresponding with the local situation. The software system can be used to generate rights readjustment scheme automatically, and the scheme can be modified according to user’s require-ments. In addition, the data used by the system can be managed dynamically.

CLC Number: 

  • F301.2