Leaders of the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) on Tuesday emphasised reducing the registration fee for lands and apartments.
They also called for changing the provision of paying registration fee in every selling and buying, and stressed upgrading the land-keeping system as a time-befitting one.
The issues were discussed at a meeting of the FBCCI Standing Committee relating to the Ministry of Land at its conference centre.
The FBCCI leaders also emphasised solving the water-logging issues and recovering the city canals for smooth flushing out water, and sought steps for strengthening the activities of Detailed Area Plan (DAP).
It also urged the authorities concerned to upgrade the land development Act.
Amarat Hossain, Chairman of the Standing Committee, briefed the meeting about its plan to work on land system and environment protection.
FBCCI Director Hafez Harun-Or-Roshid, among others, joined the meeting held with Amarat Hossain in the chair.