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Cadastral and geodetic services systems review

We are undertaking a review of current systems that support the delivery of land information (e.g. property, surveying and address data) to ensure they meet growing industry requirements; harness technology advancement; and enable a 2-way exchange of information.

The multi-year program of work will seek to create a governed collaborative environment where spatial information can be easily created, used and improved by surveyors; local government authorities; the utilities and construction sector; engineers; and others who require an accurate single source of land information.

We are currently:

  • working with stakeholders to determine the future business model
  • conducting an economic analysis to determine potential impact
  • documenting the requirements for change
  • exploring opportunities to partner with other states and territories
  • preparing the business case for implementation
  • actively involving a range of stakeholders, associations and complementary initiatives including 3dQLD.

Online lodgement of survey information

We are working with a representative group of surveyors to understand the requirements of a future eSurvey system that will enable the electronic exchange of survey information and take into consideration all plan types, 3D requirements, dynamic datum and location information.

Register your interest

To be involved in this project, or for more information, email esurvey@dnrm.qld.gov.au.

Contact us

For more information about the CadGeo review project, email Cad.Geo.Project@dnrm.qld.gov.au or call (07) 3330 4106.

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Last updated: 19 June 2017


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