Developing cadastres to service complex property markets
AuthorWallace, J.; Williamson, I. P.
Source TitleProceedings, Joint FIG Commission 7 and COST Action G9 Workshop on Standardisation in the Cadastral Domain
AffiliationEngineering: Department of Geomatics
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsWallace, J. and Williamson, I. P. (2004) Developing cadastres to service complex property markets, in Proceedings, Joint FIG Commission 7 and COST Action G9 Workshop on Standardisation in the Cadastral Domain, Bamberg, Germany.
Access StatusOpen Access
Emerging demands on cadastral design suggest that cadastres as a functional component ofland administration are being redesigned to respond to initiatives in technology, governmentneeds and social drivers. The movements in the property market are demonstrating the needto take into account complex commodities. The surge in regulatory requirements affectingland use and building is part of the move to legalise almost all aspects of human behaviourbut pose special problems for land administration. How cadastres respond to the multiplicityof regulatory interventions is an open question. This paper considers these issues in thecontext of building cadastral models. Four case studies are used to illustrate these issues.
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