This guide is a starting point for developing practical knowledge on how to improve tenure security through land-use planning, with a particular focus on applications in developing countries. This guide is based on reviews of publications on land use planning and land tenure security previously published by FAO, Cities Alliance, GIZ, GLTN, IFAD, Urban LandMark, UN-Habitat, the World Bank, among many others. It builds on expert deliberations held at multi-stakeholder workshops on Tenure Responsive Land Use Planning. The guide also builds on knowledge and experiences gained from country specific case studies reflecting tenure security in land use planning conducted in Asia, South America, and sub-Saharan Africa. The case studies offer a basis for the elaboration of key aspects considered in land use planning from different perspectives, including for tenure security improvement particularly for vulnerable groups.