Cadastre 2034 – New Zealand’s New Cadastral Strategy

Cadastre 2034 – New Zealand’s New Cadastral Strategy

Land Information New ZealandThe Cadastre 2034 is a designed to ensure that in the future New Zealanders will be able to more easily understand where their rights in land actually are, and will be able to visualise those rights – and any restrictions and responsibilities – in three dimensions.

The use of geospatial technology is expected to play a growing and significant role in New Zealand’s future cadastre.

The Cadastre 2034 is aimed with a cadastral system that enables people to readily and confidently identify the location and extent of all rights, restrictions and responsibilities related to land and real property.

Accurate geographical positioning will be available to everyone, and boundaries will be able to be visualised in a form that the layperson can readily understand – including in three-dimensional form and closely related to such things as buildings, buried services, air space, and seabed.

 “The Cadastre 2034 strategy will look to set New Zealand’s cadastral system within the wider location system as part of a broader property rights framework,” said Land Information Minister Maurice Williamson. “While New Zealand already has a world-class cadastral system, a gap is developing between what we have now and will be needed in future.

About Land Information New Zealand:

Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) is a New Zealand government department responsible for land titles, geodetic and cadastral survey systems, topographic information, hydrographic information, managing Crown property and a variety of other functions.

Source: Land Information New Zealand

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