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  1. Participation in re-allotmentMarije Louwsma

  2. Cables and pipelines Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency and re-allotment

  3. Introduction • Land consolidation is a planned readjustment and rearrangement of land parcels and their ownership. • Specific law: • Land Consolidation Act (till 2007) • Rural areas development Act (from 2007) • Two instruments: • Land consolidation (formal process) • Re-allotment (voluntary)

  4. Principles of re-allotment • Voluntary participation • Exchange of parcels between landowners: • Private landowners • Public landowners • Spatial aims: • Agriculture • Clustering of parcels • Enlarging the parcel with farm buildings • Reduction of distance to parcels • Improve shape of parcels • Water management • Implement environmental policies

  5. Result of re-allotment: an example

  6. Why cadastre is involved • To guarantee legal certainty • Experience with handling geo-information in complex processes • Tailored software to support re-allotment process • Thourough knowledge about land consolidation and re-allotment

  7. Trends in spatial planning and land consolidation • Decentralisation of tasks • from national to regional level • Budget cuts • especially on nature restoration • Role government shifts from initiating towards facilitating: • Shift from top-down to bottom up processes • Tendency to give stakeholders more responsibility • Availability of e-governance applications with geo-information

  8. Economic benefits agriculture (dairy farm) Size of farm

  9. Trends require change re-allotment process Need for: • Active participation of stakeholders • Quick process • Clear results within limited period of time • Insight in economic benefits for agricultural sector

  10. Current process • Co-ordinator speaks individually with landowners to investigate the willingness to participate • Repeated individual meetings to talk through possibilities for land exchange • Development of land exchange proposals • Rounding off proposals & financial consequences • Agreement of participants • Deed by notary

  11. New participative process • Individual intake land owner • Public meeting to inform land owners • Interactive group sessions with land owners to design new allotment (multiple parallel sessions) • Second interactive group session: • Final proposals & financial consequences • Discuss necessity of permits • Agreement of participants • Deed by notary

  12. GIS supports new process • New application developed in GIS • Starting points for development: • expert user • immaculate administration of re-allotment needed • delivers products for land owners (maps, administrative overview) • delivers administration needed for deed • Characteristics: • developed ‘on the job’ • adequate functionality • user friendly • workspace per project phase

  13. Preparation of interactive sessions • Prepare geo-data • Select participants in project area • Divide participants in smaller groups for parallel sessions

  14. wished by 3 persons wished by 2 persons wished by 1 person Interactive group session Land owners are asked the following: • Indicate if parcel available for re-allotment (yes / no) • Let know your wishes regarding new allotment • Discuss possibilities for exchange

  15. Each land owner receives a map

  16. Data management system

  17. Administrative overview per land owner Personal information land owner Difference in hectares between old and new allotment Amount to pay / get

  18. Conclusions • Development of application ‘on the job’ worked very nicely • Application adequately facilitates participative process with multiple parallel sessions • First results are promising: • Participants are satisfied with participation • Achieved improvement is equal to regular process • Within short time results available

  19. Questions?