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Title: Day: Wednesday 9th November


1
  • Day Wednesday 9th November
  • Session 9.00am - 10.30am
  • Speaker Ian Williamson
  • Topic Welcome and Vision

2
Developing a land administration vision Welcome
and overview Ian Williamson
Expert Group Meeting 2005 Centre for Spatial Data
Infrastructures and Land Administration Department
of Geomatics, The University of Melbourne
3
Expert Group Meeting
  • International Participants
  • - Stig Enemark (Denmark) - Bas Kok (Netherlands)
  • - Holger Magel (Germany) - Paul van der Molen
    (Netherlands)
  • - Daniel Steudler (Switzerland)
  • Australian Participants
  • - Barry Cribb (Western Australia)
  • - Barbara Flett (Dpt. of Sustainability and
    Environment, Victoria)
  • - Peter Holland (Geoscience Australia)
  • - Steve Jacoby (Dpt. of Natural Resources and
    Mines, Queensland)
  • - Ian Lloyd (Land Equity International)
  • - Brian Marwick (Logica CMG)
  • - John Rickard (Dpt. of Sustainability and
    Environment, Victoria)
  • - Graeme Rush (PSMA Australia)
  • - Grahame Searle (Dpt. Land Information, Western
    Australia)
  • - Warwick Watkins (Dpt. of Lands, New South
    Wales)

4
Expert Group Meeting
Participants from Centre for SDI and Land
Administration, Department of Geomatics,
University of Melbourne
  • - Rohan Bennett - Andrew Binns
  • - Mohsen Kalantari - Hossein Mohammadi
  • - Abbas Rajabifard - Jude Wallace
  • - Ian Williamson

5
Expert Group Meeting
  • Wed 9th 700pm - EGM Dinner Student Union
    Building (marked on map in participant folder)
  • Thursday 10th 500pm Australian Wine and Cheese
    CRC Boardroom
  • Friday 11th 130pm - 500pm Open Workshop
    Lecture Theatre C2, Engineering Block C,
    Department of Geomatics

6
EGM Focus
  • New vision for ICT enabled LAS the project
  • Recognition that Western European countries have
    a long tradition of accommodating sustainable
    development objectives into their land
    administration systems what can Australia learn
    from these experiences?
  • A model was developed as part of the Project
    Incorporating sustainable development objectives
    into ICT enabled land administration systems to
    be used as a basis for discussion
  • Individual jurisdictions to discuss the model in
    relation to their jurisdictional needs
  • A list of key issues were developed to guide
    discussion

7
EGM Outlook
  • Day 1 Focus on European approach
  • Develop set of key principles to inform the
    development of an LAS vision
  • Day 2 Focus on Australian approach
  • Develop set of key principles to inform the
    development of the LAS vision
  • Day 3 The next generation of LAS
  • Attempt to gain a consensus on key principles for
    a generic ICT enabled LAS
  • Open Workshop to present the results of EGM

8
Open Workshop
  • Friday 130-500pm, Lecture Theatre C2
    Department of Geomatics, Engineering Building C
  • Vision for the next generation of ICT and
    spatially enabled LAS will be publicly presented
    at this workshop
  • Each presenter to have 15 minutes

9
Open Workshop
  • Stig Enemark Danish overview
  • The Land Management Paradigm
  • Holger Magel German Overview
  • The role of FIG
  • Paul v.d. Molen Dutch overview
  • FIG Commission 7 Activities
  • Daniel Steudler Swiss overview
  • The Cadastral Template
  • Bas Kok EU initiatives
  • INSPIRE
  • Grahame Searle Australian experience

10
  • EGM FOCUS
  • THE VISION or PARADIGM
  • What is the vision for an ICT enabled LAS to
    support sustainable development?
  • Is a common understanding possible?
  • Is this land management or land information
    management?
  • KEY DRIVERS
  • Rank in importance the key drivers
  • Is tax (in all its forms) a driver?
  • KEY COMPONENTS AND TOOLS
  • Authentic registers?
  • The IT architecture to deliver the vision?
  • The spatial dimension- SDI?
  • Infrastructure to support trading in complex
    commodities?
  • CHALLENGES AND ISSUES FOR IMPROVEMENT
  • Achieving a national system in a federated
    country

11
Day 1 Wednesday Nov 9th
12
Day 2 Thursday Nov 10th
13
Day 3 Friday Nov 11th
Presentation Spatially Enabling Government
Evaluate Issues in Designing a New Generation
of LAS
Group 1 (based on Australian European
Perspectives) Rapporteur Warwick Watkins
Group 2 (based on Australian European
Perspectives) Rapporteur Holger Magel
Report Back - Discussion
Final Presentation Next Generation of LAS Ian
Williamson, Stig Enemark, Jude Wallace
14
EGM Outcomes
  • Publication
  • Website

15
Roles and responsibilities
  • EGM Coordinators Ian Williamson (Host) and Stig
    Enemark
  • Project Coordinator Jude Wallace
  • EGM support Andrew Binns, Rohan Bennett
  • EGM publication Abbas Rajabifard
  • Secretarial Colleen Birmingham

16

A simple view of a cadastre and its core role in
land administration

17
Overlapping rights, restrictions and
responsibilities
18
Recognise the relationship of people to land is
dynamic
Reference Ting et al, 1998
19
As a result LA also changes and evolves
Reference Ting and Williamson, 1998
20
Evolution of Land Markets (Wallace and
Williamson, 2004)
21
Development of complex commodities (Wallace and
Williamson, 2004)
22
Sustainable Development
SDI
LA
Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land
Administration
Department of Geomatics, The University of
Melbourne
23
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24
STAGES IN THE EVOLUTION OF AUSTRALIAN LAND
ADMINISTRATION
WWW 1999-2005 Growing national focus Multi
users, on-line access Environmental
sustainability Triple bottom line eConveyancing
Digital plans Data convergence Spatial Data
Infrastructues (SDI) Cooperative
- GNAF Cadastral model
SMALL GOVT 1985-1998 Public-Private
Partnerships Relational databases PCs,
GIS Govt downsizing Business models ALTS Plans
digitised Parcel Identifier Growth of state
data sets ie VicMap Downsizing Cooperative
PSMA ANZLIC
MARKET 1970-1980 Flat file databases Spec
ial titles Strata titles None National
mapping focus - Competition with industry
POST WWII 1945-1970 Independent silos Paper
files Land market support Tenure
security None Aust Govt. National mapping
focus
STATE
Administration Tools Policy Major
Projects Interoperability Spatial Info.
FEDERAL
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1970 1980 1990
2005 2010
Computerization DCDB and Indexes
Manual Systems Hardcopy Maps and Indexes
Online Land Administration Web enablement
eLand Administration Interoperability
iLand Spatially Enabled Government and Private
Sector
Technical evolution of land administration
26
The iLand Vision
  • Integrated, spatially enabled land information
    available on the Web
  • Enables the where in government policies,
    strategies and information
  • Spatial information and particularly land
    information will challenge ICT, biotechnology and
    nanotechnology as the key enabling technologies
    of the next decade

27
The iLand vision is where all government
information systems are spatially enabled, and
the where or location provided by spatial
information are regarded as common goods made
available to citizens and businesses to encourage
creativity, efficiency and product development
28
iLand and Google Earth
29
Land administration vision for spatially enabling
government
Information is relative to activity and use
Information is relative to time, owner, interest,
and parcel
30
A Land Administration Vision? (Enemark,
Williamson and Wallace, 2004)
31
Objective, outcomes and process EGM
  • Developed a LAS model for comparison
  • Key questions Vision, Key components,
    Implementation issues, Evaluation and monitoring
  • European approach break out and report
  • Australian approach break out and report
  • Generic lessons leaned break out and report
  • A new vision
  • Open workshop

32
EGM Outlook
  • Day 1 Focus on European approach
  • Develop set of key principles to inform the
    development of an LAS model
  • Day 2 Focus on Australian approach
  • Develop set of key principles to inform the
    development of the LAS model
  • Day 3 The next generation of LAS
  • Attempt to gain a consensus on key principles for
    a generic ICT enabled LAS
  • Public workshop to present the results of EGM
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