Presentation on theme: "National Survey and Cadastre – Denmark A vision and strategy for a cadastral infrastructure in Denmark Søren Fauerholm Christensen National Survey and."— Presentation transcript:
National Survey and Cadastre – Denmark A vision and strategy for a cadastral infrastructure in Denmark Søren Fauerholm Christensen National Survey and Cadastre Denmark - KMS Annual meeting FIG Commission 7 – Kraków September 2003
National Survey and Cadastre – Denmark Contents KMS – in short The background that led to a change of the vision and strategy new challenges the way ahead The consequences for the cadastre in Denmark responsibility for the cadastre cadastre in focus e-gov the present cadastral process the future cadastral process – cadastral infrastructure what is cadastral infrastructure?
National Survey and Cadastre – Denmark KMS – in short KMS was established in 1989 Merge of: Directorate of Cadastre Directorate of Geodetic Survey National Archive of Hydrographical Charts Today - app. 350 employees KMS is a government organisation within the Ministry of Environment Annual budget app. 40 millions 2/3 is covered by the national budget 1/3 is generated by sale of products
National Survey and Cadastre – Denmark New challenges KMS could not generate an income in accordance with the budget The Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Finance agree to conduct a budget analyses of KMS. The main results: The Government decides: KMS is the Governments new infrastructure organisation responsible for maps and geodata. The last 30 years of investment in digital topographical maps, digital cadastral information must now be harvested to the benefit of the society. The infrastructure organisation aim is to secure the society economical potentials by practical use of maps and geodata in government, counties, local authorities, private sector and public in general.
National Survey and Cadastre – Denmark The way ahead It means that KMS the coming years should: Continue securing the quality of the national geodetic nets and secure that GPS can be used everywhere in the country Continue updating of the national topographical, cadastral and hydrographical databases Maintain the responsibility of the cadastre and secure the modernisation of the cadastre data exchange between government, local authorities and private sector and public …… The negative part: 90 employees are sent on retrenchment (August 2001) 30 employees are sent on retrenchment (January 2002) The Governments financial contribution is deducted significantly
National Survey and Cadastre – Denmark The cadastre – responsibilities KMS is responsible for the cadastre – the foundation for registration of real property in Denmark responsibility for the cadastral data: digital cadastral register and the digital map and survey archive responsibility for rules and regulations for registrations to the cadastre – including the work relations with the private licensed surveyors approving authority for cadastral surveys interaction between the cadastre and the related property registers – land book, valuation, planning
National Survey and Cadastre – Denmark The cadastre in focus Focus on e-gov Related areas in focus Paper-free registration of Land Book transactions Valuation of real property transferred from local authorities to Directorate of Revenue and Tax ….
National Survey and Cadastre – Denmark Myndighedomr. A Central Regional Local e-gov Jurisdiction. B Jurisdiction. C Jurisdiction. A Jurisdiction. D
National Survey and Cadastre – Denmark Cadastral process today
National Survey and Cadastre – Denmark Cadastral infrastructure - vision
National Survey and Cadastre – Denmark Cadastral infrastructure? What is cadastral infrastructure? Legislation? Regulations, etc.? Technical standards? Definition of data standards? Archiving? Ways of co-operations?
National Survey and Cadastre – Denmark Conclusion Governmental changes and reduction forced KMS to rethink its functions and relations to rest of the society It requires a vision and a picture of the next 20 years development It can be facilitated by KMS but it is essential to have very close cooperation with stakeholders and authorities We have just seen the beginning – it will be very interesting to see the results