Land Development Division
The Land Development Division, is responsible for developing Hawaiian home lands for homesteading and income-producing purposes. Its three branches are: (1) the Design and Construction Branch, which designs and constructs on-site and off-site improvements for the development of residential, farm, and pastoral lots for homesteading purposes; (2) the Housing Project Branch, which provides turn-key homes in in-fill project areas to applicants and assists lessees of vacant lots in arranging financing and in contracting with a builder; and (3) the Master-Planned Community Branch, which prepares plans for entire communities with homes, businesses, services, open space, and recreational and cultural amenities.
The Design and Construction Branch provides architectural and engineering design, surveying, construction supervision and other work essential for the development of subdivisions and on-site and off-site improvements and facilities.
The Housing Project Branch provides turn-key homes and assists lessees of vacant lots in arranging financing and in contracting with a builder, including self-help and Habitat programs.
The Master-Planned Community Branch prepares plans for entire communities, with homes, businesses, services, open space, recreational and cultural amenities. Prepares request for proposals and conducts negotiations in developer agreements for complete infrastructure and home construction projects.