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Presentation by Pia Dahl-Hojgaard, Head of National Survey and Cadastre, Denmark. Delivered at the UNECE Working Party on Land Administration in London on 11 October 2012. Event hosted by HM Land ...

Presentation by Pia Dahl-Hojgaard, Head of National Survey and Cadastre, Denmark. Delivered at the UNECE Working Party on Land Administration in London on 11 October 2012. Event hosted by HM Land Registry: http://www.landregistry.gov.uk/announcements/2012/unece-conference-2012

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  • 1. A COMMON VISION ON COOPERATION ON CADASTRE AND LAND REGISTRY ISSUES FOR EUROGEOGRAPHICS, PCC, ELRA AND EULISUNECE/WPLA Conference, London 2012 - What should the vision be forland registration authorities to meet changing market needs?
  • 2. CONTENTS• Why a common vision?• The proposed vision and background paper• The process and where are we now?UNECE/WPLA Conference, London 2012 - What should the vision be forland registration authorities to meet changing market needs?
  • 3. • WHY A COMMON VISION?UNECE/WPLA Conference, London 2012 - What should the vision be forland registration authorities to meet changing market needs?
  • 4. VISION AS BASIS FOR COOPERATION• A wish for further cooperation between the organisations• A vision to be the basis for co-operation - what do we want to achieve? - and how do we do this together?• A vision to be the basis for communication - the role of cadastre and land registration information and services - support fundamental government functions - provide reliable and authoritative information - meet the needs of private and public usersUNECE/WPLA Conference, London 2012 - What should the vision be forland registration authorities to meet changing market needs?
  • 5. • THE PROPOSED VISION AND BACKGROUND PAPERUNECE/WPLA Conference, London 2012 - What should the vision be forland registration authorities to meet changing market needs?
  • 6. VISION STATEMENT• Society recognises that Cadastral and Land Registration information and services in Europe are fundamental for a sustainable economic, social and environmental development in Europe. Information and services from the Cadastral and Land Registry Institutions/Authorities throughout Europe are constantly innovated and tailored to meet the needs for land tenure, land value, land use and land development functions on both National and European level. From the latest PCC version 22.08.2012UNECE/WPLA Conference, London 2012 - What should the vision be forland registration authorities to meet changing market needs?
  • 7. WAYS TO ACHIEVE THE VISION• 1) Raise awareness among decision makers that Cadastral and Land Registration information and services are fundamental for secure land tenure, effective acquisition, protection, enjoyment and disposal of legal rights, reliable land value, efficient land use and sustainable land development functions.• 2) Promote that Cadastres and Land Registries provide reliable and authoritative information, as well as state of the art services, meeting the needs of private and public users.• 3) Enhance their core strengths by working closely, minimise dublication of work and overlapping competencies, help and complement each other though their core expertise.• 4) Cooperate to facilitate the communication with European Institutions to promote our common vision. From the latest PCC version 22.08.2012UNECE/WPLA Conference, London 2012 - What should the vision be forland registration authorities to meet changing market needs?
  • 8. BACKGROUND PAPER• The role of the Cadastres and Land Registries in Europe – Institutional, organisational, political and juridical framework – New information technology requires innovative and proactive approaches – Cadastral parcel as part of NSDI – Cross-border conveyancing and mortgaging• Promoting state of the art services meeting the needs of the users – Different needs to respond toUNECE/WPLA Conference, London 2012 - What should the vision be forland registration authorities to meet changing market needs?
  • 9. VISION FOR THE ORGANISATIONS• The organisations (associations) – share a vision – can assist the members to achieve the vision – cannot commit the institutions to certain ways of operating• The Cadastral and Land Registry Institutions/Authorities of the individual countries – have own visions and strategies – can choose the common vision as a guide – can assist each other by exchanging best practises etc.UNECE/WPLA Conference, London 2012 - What should the vision be forland registration authorities to meet changing market needs?
  • 10. • THE PROCESS and WHERE ARE WE NOW?UNECE/WPLA Conference, London 2012 - What should the vision be forland registration authorities to meet changing market needs?
  • 11. THE PROCESS• EG invited PCC, ELRA and EULIS already in January 2011• Launch meeting new vision group in Vienna 16- 17th January 2012• Drafting group meeting in Copenhagen 7th Marts 2012• Review group via e-mail (incl. FIG and WPLA) - April• Comments by members – May• Discussions at joint PCC and EG seminar in Copenhagen 31st May and 1st June 2012 and at ELRA GA same datesUNECE/WPLA Conference, London 2012 - What should the vision be forland registration authorities to meet changing market needs?
  • 12. UNECE/WPLA Conference, London 2012 - What should the vision be forland registration authorities to meet changing market needs?
  • 13. THE PROCESS – CONTINUED• Presidents meeting 12th July 2012 ( AGILE, EuroSDR, ELRA, Eulis, Eurogi, PCC at the invitation of EuroGeographics )• New draft by PCC Presidency 22nd August 2012• Review ongoing (as of late August 2012)• Follow-up meeting in Cyprus early October 2012• Planned for agreement and signing at PCC meeting in Cyprus 29-30th November 2012• Invitation to other like-minded organisations to join in sharing the visionUNECE/WPLA Conference, London 2012 - What should the vision be forland registration authorities to meet changing market needs?