Township has two main components: the city or urban area, and surrounding it a Green Belt consisting of
farms and forests. As at the date of this publication, Auroville Foundation
needed to secure in the urban area of Auroville 17% or roughly 210 acres of
land for a unified development. In the Green Belt, the situation is less
advanced, with the Auroville Foundation still needing to secure more than half
the area for cohesive development. The following sections are engaged in
managing, consolidating and other matters related to the land.
1 Land Consolidation Committee (LCC)
Work includes negotiating and purchasing the remaining land in the planned township area in consultation with the office of the Secretary to the Auroville Foundation.
more info Ph. 0413-2623699 or email: email@example.com
Office is on 1st floor of the Town Hall.
2 Lands for Auroville Unified (LFAU)
- previously Auroville Land Fund, LFAU communicates with donors and publishes a newsletter, COLAAP Newsletter (an acronym for Collaboration for Auroville Area Protection). LFAU is a subsidiary of LCC.
For more info Ph.
0413-2623699 or email: LFAU@auroville.org.in
Office is on 1st floor of Town Hall.
3. Land & Resources Management (LRM)
The LRM looks after the existing land resources, especially the un-stewarded lands, and maintains and updates the maps and other records. LRM also deals with land encroachment and legal aspects of the same, with the leasing out fruit trees on AV lands, and taking care of Auroville’s timber resources.
For more info Ph. 0413-2622657 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org