CeBIT Spatial@gov 2012 - John Tulloch, Surveyor-General, Department of Sustainability and Environment (Victoria)
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CeBIT Spatial@gov 2012 - John Tulloch, Surveyor-General, Department of Sustainability and Environment (Victoria) CeBIT Spatial@gov 2012 - John Tulloch, Surveyor-General, Department of Sustainability and Environment (Victoria) Presentation Transcript

  • The Addressing Problem - Getting it Right at SourcePaul Harcombe – Chair, ICSM; Chief Surveyor NSWJohn Tulloch* – Sponsor, ICSM Permanent Committee on Addressing; Surveyor-General VICAnselm Haanen – Chair, ICSM Permanent Committee on Addressing, Deputy Surveyor-General NZ
  • Presentation Outline• The importance of addressing• The problems with address information• What we are currently doing• What we need to achieve• How we need to achieve it 2
  • Addresses are important 3
  • But where’stheambulance? 4
  • Problems with Address• Not all properties addressed• Property numbers illogical or out of sequence• Not clear which property is which• Confusion over road names / types• Poor mapping (geocode location)• Properties not signed or poorly signed 5
  • Impact of poor addressing• Emergency service responses impeded• People can’t locate the property• Disaster management and recovery impeded• Government agencies, businesses, and the public bear unnecessary costs• Wasted effort, usually repetitive, trying to resolve address conflicts 6
  • National Address Management Framework•Endorsed in Dec 2008•Consists of – Standard for address data storage and interchange – Standards for related web-services (parsing, validation) – a single national authoritative dataset based on PAF and GNAF• Excludes the creation of address 7
  • G-NAF• Geocoded National Address File• Holds 13.2M authoritative addresses• Sourced from: – States & territories – Australia Post – Australian Electoral Commission
  • Where does address information come from?New Council creates / Council notifies Jurisdiction providesbuilding / changes addresses / jurisdiction who address datasubdivision road name record details to PSMA (& others) 9
  • New Addressing Standard• ICSM developed new AS/NZS4819:2011• Keeps an address simple and intuitive• Simplifies addressing in complexes• Covers sub-addressing for multi-level buildings• Includes road naming and defining localities (suburbs) 10
  • New Addressing Standard• ICSM paid for copy for each Council• Jurisdictions encouraging Councils to implement the new Standard• Assisting in its interpretation & providing support 11
  • Addressing for NBNNational Broadband Network• $43b project to deliver connection to all premises in Australia• G-NAF crucial for planning and developing the network 12
  • NBN Issues with G-NAF• Four problematic issues identified: – Poorly Geo-coded Addresses – Incorrect Addresses – Addressing within Private Developments – Missing Addresses (including commercial addresses)• Incorrect addresses result in huge costs to the project 13
  • What does the nation need?What is the root of the problem? 14
  • Building the G-NAFOfficially allocated Postal addresses from Addresses Councils / (PAF) Jurisdictions Conflict between Electoral (in-use) official and Addresses informal addresses 15
  • Informal addresses problematic• Informal addresses cause frustration and costs for users.• They don’t match the official addresses released by jurisdictions and held by government agencies, Post, & businesses.• Creation or ‘correction’ of an address outside Council’s framework creates problems for Councils in their systematic allocation and management of authoritative addresses. 16
  • So what do we need?Everyone to use the same address to identify a propertyAchieved via four objectives:1. All properties are assigned an official unique address that enables them to be readily identified and located 17
  • Everyone to use the same address to identify a propertyAchieved via the following objectives:1. All properties are assigned an official unique address that enables them to be readily identified and located2. All officially assigned numbers, road names and localities are recorded in a national dataset 18
  • Everyone to use the same address to identify a propertyAchieved via the following objectives:1. All properties are assigned an official unique address that enables them to be readily identified and located2. All officially assigned numbers, road names and localities are recorded in a national dataset3. All properties have their official number clearly displayed 19
  • Everyone to use the same address to identify a propertyAchieved via the following objectives:1. All properties are assigned an official unique address that enables them to be readily identified and located2. All officially assigned numbers, road names and localities are recorded in a national dataset3. All properties have their number clearly displayed4. Businesses and government agencies use the official property address 20
  • A regulatory solution?• Require councils to: – Assign addresses to all properties – Name all publicly accessible roads – Follow defined standards – Define suburbs (localities) & their boundaries (if not done already) – Change addresses that are causing problems 21
  • A regulatory solution? – cont’d• Require councils to – Ensure all properties display their number – provide the relevant addressing information to jurisdiction – All in a timely manner• Require jurisdictions to oversee the Councils’ activities and provide advice and support 22
  • Officially allocated addresses from Councils / Postal Jurisdictions Addresses Informal Addresses 23
  • Summary• Too many property addresses remain problematic• Consequent cost is enormous• Current interventions help• Additional intervention is required• Need stronger regulation of Council and jurisdictional addressing functions 24
  • The Addressing Problem - Getting it Right at Source Everyone uses the same address to identify a property QUESTIONS?Paul Harcombe – Chair, ICSM; Chief Surveyor NSWJohn Tulloch* – Sponsor, ICSM Permanent Committee on Addressing; Surveyor-General VICAnselm Haanen – Chair, ICSM Permanent Committee on Addressing, Deputy Surveyor-General NZ