This chapter aims to outline a logical framework for ensuring project teams are properly prepared for land access and resettlement projects. The core objective of the overall process, from a project perspective, is to secure land access. However, this objective cannot be met unless the process of planning land access and related resettlement is undertaken in a thorough and appropriate manner. A project in Africa had previously conducted a successful land access and resettlement process, but realised that there was scope for improvement in the next phase of land access for a project expansion. The project therefore structured its land access and resettlement team to consist of a central management core and teams located along the linear routes across the regions. On a project in Latin America, project management failed to clarify guiding objectives and principles for early stage land access. Early preparation of a land access and resettlement policy framework could have helped to avoid this situation.