Resettlement action plan for tsm group b and d junctions



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RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN FOR TSM GROUP B AND D JUNCTIONS
Submitted to:
Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority

(LAMATA)

Block C, 2nd Floor, Motorways Centre,

1, Motorways Avenue,

Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos State

Tel: 234-1-2702778-82

Fax: 234-1-2702784

March 2008



RP108

V2

TABLE OF CONTENTS


TABLE OF CONTENTS 2

LIST OF TABLES 5

ABBREVIATIONS/acronyms 7

executive summary 8

CHAPTER ONE 14

BACKGROUND INFORMATION 14

1.1 Introduction 14

1.2 Objectives of the Study 15

1.3 Study Area 15

1.4 Overview of Road Transport Situation in Lagos State 15

1.5 Description of TSM Group B and D Junctions 17

1.5.1Lawanson Bus Stop 17

1.5.2 Dopemu/ Shasha Road 26

1.5.3 Fagba Junction 29

1.5.4 Old Iyana-Ipaja/Pen Cinema Junction 32


1.6 Land Acquisition Resettlement Plan Objective 37

1.7 Description of Planned Project Infrastructures 37

1.7.1 Proposed improvement at Itire Road/Lawanson Bus stop 37

1.7.2 Old Iyana-Ipaja/Pen Cinema 38

1.7.3 Proposed Improvement at Dopemu / Shasha Road /Round abouts 38

1.7.4 Proposed Improvement at Fagba Junction 39

1.8 Report Outline 39

CHAPTER TWO 40

Institutional responsibilities for RESETTLEMENT 40

2.1 Introduction 40

2.2 Implementation Roles and Responsibilities 40

2.2.1 LAMATA 40

2.2.2 Ministry of Physical Planning 42

2.2.3 Ministry of Transport 42

2.2.4 Ministry of Environment 43

2.2.5 Ministry of Lands 43

2.2.6 Local Government Authority 43

2.2.7 National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) 44



2.3 Measures for Strengthening Organizational Capability 44

CHAPTER THREE 45

PROJECT AFFECTED PERSONS AND PROPERTIES 45

3.1 Introduction 45


3.2 Inventory of Vendors and Properties in TSM Group B and D Junctions 45

3.3 Project Affected Persons 46

3.3.1 Fully Affected Persons 47

3.3.2 Partially Affected Persons 47

3.3.3 Persons that will not be Re-located 47

3.3.4 Entitled for Supplementary Assistance 48

3.4 Socio-economic Survey 49

3.4.1 Introduction 49

3.4.2 Research Methodology 49

3.4.3 Results and Discussions 50

3.4.3.1 Dopemu 50

3.4.3.2 Fagba Junction 58

3.4.3.3Pen Cinema/Old Iyana Ipaja Junction 66

3.4.3.4 Lawanson Bus Stop 75



3.5 Qualitative Assessment of Project Impacts 82

3.6 Ameliorative Measures 83

3.7 Consultations and Public Disclosure 83

3.7.1 Qualitative Assessment of Reponses 84



3.7.2 RAP Disclosure 84

CHAPTER FOUR 86

LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK 86

4.1 World Bank Resettlement Guidelines 86

4.2 Land Use Act of 1978 and Resettlement Procedures 87

4.3 Comparison between Land Use Act and Bank OP 4.12 89


4.3 Project Compliance with World Bank Policy Objectives 90

4.4 Resettlement/Compensation Procedures 90

4.5 Grievance Redress Mechanisms 91

CHAPTER FIVE 92

VALUATION AND COMPENSATION FOR STRUCTURES 92

5.1 Introduction 92

5.2 Eligibility Criteria and Project Entitlement 92

5.1.2 Notification 93



5.2 Value of Land 94

5.3 Valuation of Affected Structures 94

5.4 Modes of Restitution 94

5.5 Payment of Compensation 95

CHAPTER SIX 96

MONITORING AND VALUATION 96

6.1 Objectives 96

6.2 RAP Monitoring Framework 96

6.2.1 Reporting 98

6.2.2 Staff and Monitoring 98

6.3 Internal Performance Monitoring 98

6.3.1 Types of Information/Data Collected 99

6.3.2 Source of Information/Data Collection Methods 99

6.3.3 Responsibility for Data Collection, Analysis and Reporting 99

6.3.4 Frequency/Audience of Reporting 100


6.4 Impact Monitoring 100

6.4.1 Type of Information/Data Collected 100

6.4.2 Source of Information/Data Collection Methods 100

6.4.3 Responsibility for Data Collection, Analysis and Reporting 100

6.4.4 Frequency/Audience of Reporting 100

CHAPTER SEVEN 101

resettlement budget and financing 101

CHAPTER EIGHT 104

schedule for rap implementation 104

8.1 Introduction 104

8.2 Plan Preparation 104

8.3 Consultation and Disclosure 104

8.4 RoW Acquisition and Construction 106

8.5 Monitoring and Evaluation 106

8.6 Update of the Baseline Data 106

appendix I: LIST OF ENUMERATORS/ KEY PERSONNEL 107

appendix 2: LIST OF PAP’S ENTITLED TO SUPPLEMENTARY ASSISTANCE 108

appendix 3: LIST OF VENDORS ENCOUNTERED IN THE STUDY AREA 125

appendix 4: MINUTES OF CONSULTATIONS 152

appendix 5: HIGHLIGHTS OF INTERVIEW WITH COMMERCIAL VEHICLES AND MOTORCYCLES OPERATORS, STREET TRADERS, VENDORS, ARTISANS ETC. 158


APPENDIX 6: RELEVANT LEGAL AND POLICY DOCUMENTS 159

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LAMATA EXPANDED RESETTLEMENT POLICY FRAMEWORK (ERPF) FOR ROADS AND JUNCTIONS IMPROVEMENT 159

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