The Lands Commission is established by Article 258 of the 1992 Constitution and the Lands Commission Act, 2008 (Act 767) as a body corporate with perpetual succession, a common seal and may sue and be sued in its corporate name.
The current Lands Commission, as part of the Public Sector Reform Programs and the Land Administration Project, has been substantially remodeled by Act 767 to increase its efficiency and effectiveness.
The Divisions of the Lands Commission under the Act are the Survey and Mapping Division; the Land Valuation Division; the Land registration Division and the Public and Vested Land.
To provide high quality, reliable and efficient services in geographic information, guaranteed tenure, property valuation, surveying and mapping through teamwork and modern technology to our stakeholders
To become a Center of Excellence for Land Services Delivery