References - Cadastre/Land Registry/Land valuation

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IMPLEMENTATION OF A LAND INFORMATION SYSTEM AT A NATIONAL LEVEL (DeSINLISI project), Uganda

Generated by delays in the registration of titles, costs and faltering registration procedures for official documents, land insecurity is an obstacle to the economic and social development of countries. In Uganda, a World Bank study showed that the average delay for the registration of titles was 270 days. It is within this context that the Ugandan government wished to modernise its procedures. In 2009, IGN France International won a tender for the securing of property titles through the development of an unique land information system for the 6 departmental offices of the districts of Kampala, Mukono, Wakiso, Jinja, Masaka and Mbarara, as well as the establishment of a national land information centre, under the DeSILISoR pilot project. Today, the project should be rolled out on a national level.

 Design, implementation and installation of a land information system based on Open Source technologies  Scan and vectorisation of existing paper maps, as well as scanning, indexing and renovating deeds and other administrative land registry  Entering data into the system • Installing and issuing equipment   Provision of material  Training of local personnel for the new tools and procedures 

Download our LIS implementation project sheet (DeSINLISI)

Download our LIS pilot project sheet (DeSILISoR)


 

CADASTRE AND REAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION SYSTEM, Ethiopia 

The ministry of urban development, and housing (MUDHo) has launched the implementation of urban land information system project. One of the objectives of the ministry is to curb the problems of mismanagement and increase the real pension in urban areas through the establishment of the cadastre and real property registration system. In September 2014, the international Consortium led by IGN FI begun a 2 year contract for supervising the implementation of the cadastral and real property information system. IGN France and GeoMark Plc are also involved in the consortium. 

The main objective of the project is to assist and support the MUDHo in successfully accomplishing the design, development and deployment of the cadastral and real property information system through this supervision project. 

 Design, development and deployment of a cadastral and real property information system • Training and capacity building activities implementation

Download our Ethiopian project sheet (in French)


 

NATIONAL CADASTRAL AND LAND INFORMATION SYSTEM BASED ON OPEN SOURCE PLATFORM, Ecuador

Within the Ministry of the Agriculture (MINAGRI), the direction of MAGAP - PRAT project’s has developed a system of land administration and cadastral information (SIGTIERRAS) which integrates management of cadastral mapping and land registers, allowing several territorial criteria analysis and freely use MINAGRI graphic and alphanumeric data. 

The project involves design, develop and implement the National Land Administration System (SINAT) based on the applications already available within SIGTIERRAS using open source tools and open standards, as well as architecture and design of a national SDI territorial agencies.

 Land tenure Open source tools and open standards • Geo-Portal Training  Methodological support

Download the National cadastral and land information system project sheet

HAITI
 

COMPLETION OF A PRE-CADASTRE ON 5 PILOT AREAS, Haiti 

Reconstruction operations that followed the earthquake that occurred in Haiti in 2010 raised crucial land issues. These issues already existed as the way goods, people and rights were identified jeopardized land tenure in the country. In February 2010, a memorandum of understanding was established between the European and French Ministry of Foreign affairs (MAEE) and the Haitian Interministerial Committee for Planning (CIAT). Signed on September, 25th, 2010, this cooperation agreement contributes to the completion of a pre-cadastre in Haiti.

Several French well-known key players in the land sector are currently involved in this land tenure pilot project. IGN France International and FIT Conseil work jointly to provide base map data that contribute to complete a pre-cadastre in 5 pilot areas.

 Land tenure • Completion of an aerial photography    Orthophotography  •  Geodesy   Restitution  •   Training  •   Methodological support

Download the completion of a pre-cadastre project sheet

 


 
MODERNISATION AND UPDATING OF THE LAND SYSTEM, Vietnam

The FASEP Vietnam project consisted of the study of a plan for the modernisation and updating of the land system of the three main cities in Vietnam: Hanoi, Danang and Ho Chi Minh.

This study was initiated at the request of the Vietnamese Ministry of Natural Resources and of the Environment, who, from the very beginning, implied that it wished for France to cooperate with Vietnam for the implementation of this modernisation project.

Thanks to the proposal from Hanoi's economic mission, which was approved by the DGTPE (General Directorate of Treasury and Economic Policy), the study was partially funded by a FASEP.

 Analysis of legal foundations and an inventory for the modernisation  of the land administration system • Modernisation of the cadastral file system  Capacity building  Modernisation of the information system  Proposals for the improvement of the single information point mechanism 

Download our FASEP Vietnam project sheet
See the film
See the article about the project


 
LAND INFORMATION SYSTEM, Ivory Coast

The project aimed to develop and install a tool for the creation and management of land titles. It also offers a gateway with the General Directorate of Taxes in order to allow the transformation of land certificates into land titles. This system is based on a GIS application allowing the integration of land boundaries and which will be enriched with the establishment of land certificates while integrating the parcel’s geometry. This FIS is thus compatible with the sporadic delimitation launched by the Ivorian government. It integrates information on the land that makes up a pseudo rural cadastre.

 Programming and management of services   Conception of the system • Assistance for the acquisition of computer materials • Computer development of tools  Launch of the first LIS tools  Implementation of an exchange and diffusion protocol for information  Assistance for the deployment of equipment  Training of local personnel  

Download our LIS project sheet


 
IMPLEMENTATION OF A LAND INFORMATION SYSTEM, Uganda

Generated by delays in the registration of titles, costs and faltering registration procedures for official documents, land insecurity is an obstacle to the economic and social development of countries. In Uganda, a World Bank study showed that the average delay for the registration of titles was 270 days. It is within this context that the Ugandan government wished to modernise its procedures. IGN France International won a tender for the securing of property titles through the development of an unique land information system for the 6 departmental offices of the districts of Kampala, Mukono, Wakiso, Jinja, Masaka and Mbarara, as well as the establishment of a national land information centre.

 Design, implementation and installation of a land information system   Aerial photography and production of orthophotographs for the 6 districts • Geodetic and topographic work • Scan and vectorisation of existing paper maps, as well as the scan of titles and the rehabilitation of the most damaged ones  Provision of material  Training of local personnel for the new tools and procedures 

Download our LIS project sheet

Other articles about the project:

New Vision: France partners with Uganda
New Vision: French firm to computerise land registry
Daily Monitor: France and Uganda's long-standing relations
All Africa: French firm to computerise land registry


 
ACQUISITION, DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION OF A CAMA-TYPE LAND ASSESSMENT APPLICATION, Namibia

IGN France International developed a land assessment application for the Namibian MLR (Ministry of Lands and Ressettlement). The CAMA-type application (Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal), is software permitting the automatic calculation of land values. It is used both for the calculation of land values and real estate. 
IGN France International provided an application of this kind to the Namibian department of Land Assessment who wished to establish a transparent and faire land tax, based solely on agricultural 'commercial' lands.
 

 Definition of the pilot zone used for the elaboration of CAMA application testing   Study and consideration of the calculation parameters, drafting of algorithms for calculations, depending on the methods defined by the client Elaboration of detailed technical specificaions Development of the application according to the terms of reference  Provision of material (work stations, software...)  Technical assistance

Download our CAMA Namibia project sheet
See the article published in ArcNews (ESRI) on the Namibian project
Download our CAMA solution product brochure


 
ELABORATION OF A NEW LAND INFORMATION SYSTEM, Tunisia

This project was developed in order to meet the needs of Tunisia who wished to modernise its knowledge, management and value of its land heritage.
In close collaboration with the DGFiP, IGN France International developed a LIS (Land Information System) that includes a management tool for land titles, and also integrates a geographic component, a digital cadastral reference between the land information and an open architecture for dfferent organisations that manage the territorie's data.

Download the land information system project sheet


 
SUPERVISION AND PRODUCTION OF CADASTRAL WORK, Nicaragua 

IGN France International supervised cadastral work for the departement of Chinandega. The goal of this supervision was to verify the work completed by a Spanish company on a topographical and legal level.
IGN France International also produced cadastral data over the provinces of Esteli and Madriz. This realisation necessitated the creation of an entity that regrouped more than 200 local topographers and legal assistants, all of whom were trained by IGN France International.

Download the cadastral work project sheet


 
LAND ASSESSMENT PROJECT, Serbia and Montenegro

In collaboration with Spot Image, IGN France International developed and delivered a computerised application allowing the automatic calculation of real estate values to the Serbian Ministry of Finances Serbe une application informatique permettant le calcul automatique des valeurs immobilières.

Download the land assessment project sheet

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