Bekasi Regency Land Office Aims to Register Remaining 13% of Land by December 2024

The Bekasi Regency Land Office aims to register the remaining 13% of real property by December 2024, contributing to Indonesia's goal of 104 Complete Regencies/Cities, enhancing legal certainty and economic development.

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Bekasi Regency Land Office Aims to Register Remaining 13% of Land by December 2024

Bekasi Regency Land Office Aims to Register Remaining 13% of Land by December 2024

The Bekasi Regency Land Office has set a goal to register the remaining 13% of real property in the regency by December 2024, according to Agrarian Affairs and Spatial Planning Minister Agus Harimurti Yudhoyono. With 87% of the land already registered, this initiative is part of Indonesia's broader objective to achieve 104 Complete Regencies/Cities by the end of 2024.

Minister Yudhoyono emphasized the importance of land registration in ensuring legal certainty and promoting economic growth. "Land registration is essential for providing legal protection to landowners and facilitating land-based transactions, which can stimulate economic development in the region," he stated during a recent press conference.

The Bekasi Regency Land Office has been working diligently to streamline the land registration process and improve its efficiency. By leveraging digital technologies and optimizing resources, the office aims to accelerate the registration of the remaining land parcels within the targeted timeframe.

Why this matters: The completion of land registration in Bekasi Regency will contribute to Indonesia's national goal of achieving 104 Complete Regencies/Cities by the end of 2024. This milestone will enhance legal certainty for landowners, attract investments, and support the country's overall economic development agenda.

Minister Yudhoyono commended the efforts of the Bekasi Regency Land Office and expressed confidence in their ability to meet the December 2024 deadline. "With the dedication and hard work of our land office officials, I am optimistic that we will achieve our target and bring the benefits of land registration to the people of Bekasi Regency," he affirmed.

Key Takeaways

  • Bekasi Regency aims to register 13% of land by Dec 2024, reaching 104 Complete Regencies/Cities.
  • Land registration ensures legal protection and facilitates economic development, says Minister Yudhoyono.
  • Bekasi Land Office streamlining registration process using digital tech to meet the deadline.
  • Completed land registration will enhance legal certainty, attract investments, and support economic growth.
  • Minister expresses confidence in Bekasi Land Office's ability to achieve the target by 2024.