A New Zealand Strategy for Cadastre 2034

Grant, D, Dyer, M and Haanen, A 2014, 'A New Zealand Strategy for Cadastre 2034', in C. Teo (ed.) Proceedings of FIG Congress2014: Engaging the Challenges-Enhancing the Relevance, Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia, 16-21 June 2014, pp. 1-16.

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title A New Zealand Strategy for Cadastre 2034
Author(s) Grant, D
Dyer, M
Haanen, A
Year 2014
Conference name 25th FIG Congress 2014
Conference location Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia
Conference dates 16-21 June 2014
Proceedings title Proceedings of FIG Congress2014: Engaging the Challenges-Enhancing the Relevance
Editor(s) C. Teo
Publisher International Federation of Surveyors
Place of publication Denmark
Start page 1
End page 16
Total pages 16
Abstract New Zealand has an AAA (accurate, authoritative and assured) digital cadastral system, based on a modern geodetic system and supporting a digital land registration system. Landowners in New Zealand have a high level of confidence in cadastral boundaries. Despite these achievements, it is clear that the current cadastral system will not be optimal for the next 10 - 20 years. The rapid development of positioning and geospatial technology, together with increasing expectations of the general public to be involved and well informed, mean that changes will be required. A cadastral strategy has been developed to prepare for changes over the next 10 - 20 years. This matches the visionary date of 2034 which has been proposed for an update of the FIG Cadastre 2014 strategy. The New Zealand strategy proposes a number of significant changes to the cadastre. These include broadening the scope of the cadastral system to cover the boundaries and extents of all rights restrictions and responsibilities in land and real property, and making information readily consumable by the general public. This will require the cadastre to be fully three dimensional (3D) as well as responsive to changes over time, so that cadastral information matches the four dimensional world in which people live.
Keyword(s) Cadastre
Cadastral Strategy
Survey Technology
Spatial Technology
3D Cadastre
Dynamic Datum
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