The next phase of work to update & enhance the NZ vertical datum 2009 began on Saturday with flights from Timaru to collect South Island aerial gravity data.
Land Information NZ launched its strategy to keep ahead of demands for cadastral information on Monday. Called Cadastre 2034, it’s intended to ensure that New Zealanders will be able to understand more easily where their rights in land actually are, and will be able to visualise those rights – and any restrictions & responsibilities – in 3 dimensions.
Published 6 March 2011 Courts Minister Georgina te Heuheu launched a project on Thursday designed to improve the presentation of information on Maori freehold land. Mrs te Heuheu said the Maori land GIS (geographic information system) project would help Maori landowners, judges, researchers & local government: "The system offers a one-stop-shop source of information to […]
Published 31 March 2010 99% of Maori freehold land – 27,000 land blocks – have been registered with Land Information NZ (LINZ), concluding a 5-year project between the Ministry of Justice and LINZ to register all outstanding Maori Land Court orders relating to Maori land ownership. Courts Minister Georgina te Heuheu said on Monday […]