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Day: Thursday 10 th November Session: 11.00 - 12.30 Speaker: Peter Holland Topic: Australian Government. Australian Government Geoscience Australia. AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT & LAND ADMINISTRATION SYSTEMS. [email protected] OUTLINE. A good Land Administration System

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Day: Thursday 10th November
  • Session: 11.00 - 12.30
  • Speaker: Peter Holland
  • Topic: Australian Government
peter holland@ga gov au

Australian Government

Geoscience Australia

AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT & LAND ADMINISTRATION SYSTEMS

[email protected]

outline
OUTLINE
  • A good Land Administration System
  • Authorities of Australian Government and Land Administration Systems
  • Spatial data policy
  • Gaps in data availability
  • Conclusions
a good las
A GOOD LAS
  • A system or systems for recording land ownership, land values, land use and other land-related data
  • A good LAS will:
    • Guarantee ownership and security of tenure;
    • Support land and property taxation;
    • Provide security for credit;
    • Develop and monitor land markets;
    • Protect State lands;
    • Reduce land disputes;
    • Facilitate land reform;
    • Improve urban planning and infrastructure development;
    • Support environmental management; and
    • Produce statistical data.
authorities of australian government las
AUTHORITIES OF AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT & LAS
  • These authorities include:
    • Taxation;
    • Census and statistics;
    • Banking and insurance;
    • Communication;
    • Defence; and
    • Pensions and allowances.
authorities of australian government las 2
AUTHORITIES OF AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT & LAS (2)
  • Present administrative arrangements include:
    • Treasury and finance and administration;
    • Transport and regional services;
    • Defence & Attorney-General;
    • Human services, health & ageing, family and community services;
    • Environment and heritage;
    • Communications, information technology and the arts;
    • Agriculture, fisheries and forestry; and
    • Industry, tourism and resources.
spatial data policy
SPATIAL DATA POLICY
  • Essential elements of policy:
    • Fundamental spatial data is provided free of charge over the Internet, at no more than marginal cost of transfer for packaged products, and full cost of transfer for customised services;
    • No restrictions on commercial value-adding to listed fundamental datasets; each transaction subject to licence; and
    • Australian Government will negotiate multilateral agreement with States and Territories for access to spatial datasets.
spatial data policy 2
SPATIAL DATA POLICY (2)
  • In 2004-05, Australian Government:
    • Delivered 220,000 copies of schedule datasets, increase of 318%;
    • Spent $80 million on spatial data maintenance, an increase of 8%;
    • Earned revenue of $2.4 million from sales of schedule datasets, an increase of 54%; and
    • Introduced whole-of-government licence registration service and developed new metadata profile based ISO 19115.
conclusions
CONCLUSIONS
  • From AG perspective good LAS helps:
    • Efficient operation of the economy & markets
    • Policy & program implementation
  • LAS should not have adverse impact:
    • But traditionally deferred to States
  • Some data gaps filled from LAS:
    • Would want on basis of AG policy
  • WoG issues likely to grow demand from LAS
    • Reform should facilitate national access
  • AG administers some ROR
    • Risk of cadastral creep
    • Need flexible, extendable, interoperable systems
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