Identification of EU institutions
potentially interested in having access to cadastral information
for the development of their policies
|Countries participating in the project:
Austria, Germany, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Spain.
Clara Hombrados Larriba, Dirección General del Catastro (Spain)
Julius Ernst, Austria. BEV
Wilhelm Zeddies, Germany. AdV.
Roberta Marconi, Italy. Agenzia del Territorio
Charles Deguara, Malta. Land and Public Registry
Peter Laarakker, Netherland. Kadaster
Gabriela Rocha, Portugal. IPCC IGEO
Lubica Hudecova, Slovak Republic. Geodesy, Cartography & Cadastre Authority
Bozena Lipej, Slovenia. Surveying and Mapping Authority
1. PROJECT OBJECTIVES
- To identify the potential users of cadastral information (parcel based information) and to highlight needs in E.U. institutions.
- To identify current E.U. initiatives related with the need for spatial information and particularly for cadastral information.
- To gather reference materials previously issued by official organisations in relation with this need.
- To identify their exact requirements for cadastral information: type of data required, frequency of use (annual, random, specific situations), type of policy requiring cadastral data, planning, execution ..
- To summarize those needs in a single document.
- To link the result of this project with the project \"Study of the definition of Cadastral Parcel in each of the countries represented on the Committee\"
- To study the possibility of fulfilling those needs and requirements with the cadastral products currently available through PCC
- To propose actions and strategies to address the needs already identified and the real availability of cadastral information among the 25 European countries.
- Find a point of understanding among E.U. institutions and the national cadastral organizations.
- The final document will allow national cadastral organisations possible adaptations in their activity and products to the needs demonstrated by this study.
- To propose possible lines of action by the PCC with the ultimate goal of harmonisation.
2. PROJECT SCHEDULE
- Prepare a survey for issue by the Chairman of the PCC to the heads of E.U. institutions, who will also be asked to nominate E.U. department members to cooperation in the project.
- The project team will prepare an initial grid based on the answers from the first survey addressed to the EU Institutions by the PCC chairman.
- Study the existing regulations and documents issued as the result of EU initiative in relation with the need for spatial information and particularly for cadastral information (parcel based information),
- The project team will draw up a first draft based on the previous analysis of the situation.
- This draft will be submitted for review by the Committee members and to the collaborating E.U. departments.
- Discussion period
- When all proposals are in, the project team will draw up a new project text.
- Following Committee approval of definitive text, this will be located on the web site and will be submitted to the members with the aim to achieve consensus on the initiatives to be undertaken by the PCC members.
- Survey May-June 2003:
- Study June-July 2003
- First draft 30 July
- Partial periods will be published on the web page in a timely fashion, in accordance with the project phases described above.
- Final document December 2003
4. PROJECT DOCUMENTS:
- Draft 1 (Separate document)
- The Spatial Impact of European Union Policies. Massimo Craglia, Alessandro Annoni. IES. European Commission JRC .2003
- Position Papers INSPIRE.
5.2. EU regulations concerning parcel based data:
- Council Regulation 3508/92
- Council Regulation 1638/98
- Council regulation 1593/2000 requiring an Integrated Administration and Control System (IACS)
- COM (200)855 Reinforce the need for a GIS for olive trees
- COM (2001) 607: eEurope 2002: Creating a EU framework for he explotation of public sector
- Commission Regulation 1750/1999 for rural development plans and the need of a finer geographical scale
- Commission Regulation (EC) No 2419/2001 laying down detailed rules for applying the integrated administration and control system for certain Community aid schemes established by Council Regulation (EEC) Nº 1908/92
5.3. E.U. initiatives in relation with territorial information
5.4. E.U. initiatives in relation with territorial information
6. PROPOSALS UNDER DISCUSSION, OPEN TO COMMITTEE MEMBERS
7. FINAL DOCUMENT