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Real Estate Registration


03/07 - 10/15


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The project objective is to ensure that there is a reliable, transparent and efficient real estate registration system supporting the real property markets and suitable systems for the management and use of State-owned immovable property. To achieve this, the project will: 1) improve the physical condition of the registration office premises and installation of automated systems and on-line services to provide more effective and efficient customer services in the registration of property rights (Activities include:(i) the development of new buildings and renovation of existing buildings; (ii)the supply of office equipment, furniture and computer systems; (iii) the development of a unified registration and cadastre system providing improved service provision, archiving and on-line access to notaries and other professionals; (iv) providing a complete real estate cadastre and building inventory; (v) improvement in the property valuation system; (vi) improving public awareness; (vii) improving the ongoing sustainability of the registration services through strategic and business planning; and (viii) pilot activities to analyze the scope and inventory illegal and unplanned development and the preparation of a Formalization Strategy for resolving these issues); 2) support improvements in the management of state property (Activities include: (i) improving the administrative systems and service delivery; and (ii) improving the automated State Property Management System); 3) provide the basic geodetic, mapping and cadastral data for the automated property registration and state property management systems (Activities include: (i) Establishing a series of 30-40 Continuously Operating Reference Stations (CORS) to be used for current and future survey work in all disciplines; (ii) the production of a complete set of digital orthophotomaps through new satellite and aerial imagery; (iii)development of land parcel maps; and (iv) improving the ongoing sustainability of these services through strategic and business planning); and 4) coordinate joint activities relating to: (i) training; (ii) developing a joint information technology/ information management strategy; and (iii)policy and legislative development.