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Incorporating Sustainable Development Objectives into ICT Enabled Land Administration Systems Building a System to Manage Property RRRs in 21 st Century Australia Rohan Bennett PhD Candidate Expert Group Meeting 9-11 November 2005. Supervisors: Prof. Ian Williamson Ms. Jude Wallace.

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Incorporating Sustainable Development Objectives into ICT Enabled Land Administration Systems Building a System to Manage Property RRRs in 21st Century Australia Rohan BennettPhD CandidateExpert Group Meeting 9-11 November 2005

Supervisors:Prof. Ian Williamson

Ms. Jude Wallace

the problem

Resource

or

Land

Property

Right

Property

Right

Resource

or

Land

The Problem
  • Property and Ownership have changed…

Right

Holder

Right

Holder

Government

& Citizens

the problem1

Property

Rights

The Problem

Government

Created

Restrictions and

Responsibilities

Through

Legislation

the problem2

Resource

or

Land

The Problem
  • Incorporating Restrictions & Responsibilities into our theory of Property Rights

Right

Holder

New Theory of Property

1. What Owner can do

2. What Owner

can’t do

3. What

Government

can/can’t

do

Above the Line =

what we see on the Property Title. It represents unlimited rights and opportunity (subject to some overriding interests).

Below the Line =

hundreds of statutes which declare

restrictions &

/responsibilities on land. These are mostly managed in an ad hoc, independent fashion.

Government

& Citizens

the problem3
The Problem
  • The Torrens System doesn’t manage the whole relationship…
  • The new property interests are managed in an non-integrated, ad hoc fashion.
  • Land related activities are not efficient and achieving sustainability objectives is next to impossible.

Mining Lease - State

Planning Zone – Local & State

Clearing

Restriction

- State

Aesthetic Limitation - Body Corporate

Parcel

Ownership

- State

Utility Line - Private

Heritage Protection Area – Federal & State

further questions

South East Queensland Times 08.09.05

Spatially confused farmer

fined over $7000 for

illegal land clearing

Stateline Victoria 29th July 2005

Multi-million dollar apartment

complex built on a toxic site

The owner and developer of 49 new apartments in Brunswick has begun legal proceedings against the Spotless Group after an EPA audit found soil and groundwater at the site had been contaminated.

Until 1992, Spotless operated a dry-cleaning and laundry business at 225 Barkly Street,

Queensland accounted for 75% of land clearing in Australia in 2000, followed by NSW with 18%. Victoria accounted for just 0.4% of the national total — but it is already the most cleared state, with 70% of its native vegetation cover lost.

Further Questions
  • How much land regulation do we want?
  • Why don’t some restrictions work?
  • How do we address ‘implied’ restrictions?
  • The issue of compensation…
  • Do we need a national approach?

Landfill

Anyone?

thanks for your time
Thanks for your time….
  • Acknowledgements
    • Staff and Students @ Centre for SDI / LA
    • Supervisors: Jude Wallace, Ian Williamson and Abbas Rajabifard
    • Spatial Information Infrastructure, Department of Sustainability and Environment
  • Questions…
the research hypothesis 1
The Research Hypothesis (1)
  • Proposed solutions are problematic:
        • Too large and costly
        • Too focused on Government
        • Information Provision rather than Service Provision
  • Analysis of existing restriction systems is needed:
        • What is their Impact on Tenure and Ownership?
        • What is there Spatial Extent? How do we define them?
        • Which ones matter? Which ones work? Which don’t?
        • Who administers them? How – Spatially Enabled?
  • More consultation with end users is required:
        • What information do they need?
        • Which land related activities are problematic to them?
  • The possibilities offered by new spatial technologies needs exploration:
        • Next Generation GIS
        • Web Mapping Services
        • Location Enabled DB Platforms

=

More Efficient

Land Related

Activities

+

Achievement of

Sustainability

Goals

research methodology 1
Research Methodology (1)

Concept

Identify and define need for the new system.

Requirements

Analysis of existing systems and end users.

Design & Development

Create a blueprint for the design with necessary specifications for information and technology

Testing

Evaluates the system in relation to the expected or intended functionality

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Requirements

2. Emerging Users & Providers (AUS)

Case Study: Explore the information needs and capacities of core user sectors including Developers, Utilities, Finance, Insurance.

1. The Australian Situation

Case study: Explore the legislative and administrative regimes of existing restrictions and responsibilities within Australian jurisdictions.

4. Emerging European Models

Case Study: Explore the legislative and administrative regimes of existing restrictions and responsibilities within European jurisdictions.

3. Emerging

Geo-ICT

Analysis: Document and assess the opportunities offered by next generation GIS, location base DB platforms, and web mapping services.

Requirements Document

results 1
Results (1)
  • Case Study: Existing Systems in Australia

Federal

Local

Body

Corporate

State

Privately Listed

e.g. Utility

Database

of all RRRs –WHY??

Implied/Unlisted

e.g. Hazard Sites

e.g. Land locked Parcels

results 3 the spatial element
Results (3) – The Spatial Element
  • Ownership
  • Blanket Restriction
  • Single Parcel Restriction
  • Patchwork Restriction
  • Non Parcel Restriction
results 4 the tenure element
Results (4) - The Tenure Element

Tenure(s) Impacted by Restriction

Important

Spatial Extent of Restriction

Opportunity

Opportunity

results 5
Results (5)
  • Case Study: Victorian Statute Book
    • 1045 Acts
    • 523 Acts – Land/Spatially Related
    • ~ 100 – Important
    • ~ 50 - Allocation is dynamic

Manageable!

looking ahead
Looking Ahead…
  • Continue analysis of Restriction Statutes:
    • Federal, Local, Body Corporate
  • Begin consultation with User Groups

Agriculture: Which vegetation can I clear from my property?

Utility Company: Where are my assets? What do I own? What easements exist?

Developers:

Where can we build? What can we build? What can’t we build?

Insurance:

What risks surround this property? Should we provide cover?

further questions1

Stateline Victoria 29th July 2005

Multi-million dollar apartment

complex built on a toxic site

The owner and developer of 49 new apartments in Brunswick has begun legal proceedings against the Spotless Group after an EPA audit found soil and groundwater at the site had been contaminated.

Until 1992, Spotless operated a dry-cleaning and laundry business at 225 Barkly Street,

Further Questions
  • How much land regulation do we want? Do we need a cap?
  • Not all restrictions work (e.g. Land Clearing in QLD). Why don’t they work? Are there alternatives?
  • How do we address the problem of ‘implied’ restrictions -those which are not listed but should be?

Landfill

Anyone?

thanks for your time1
Thanks for your time….
  • Acknowledgements
    • Staff and Students @ Centre for SDI / LA
    • Supervisors: Jude Wallace, Ian Williamson and Abbas Rajabifard
    • Spatial Information Infrastructure, Department of Sustainability and Environment
  • Questions…