Land Parcel and Property

Land Parcel and Property is a land boundary system. The term Land Parcel and Property can be interchangeable with cadastral, land administration and property systems. Land Parcel and Property contains a record of interest in land. The data has geographical descriptions that allow users to link to information describing ownership, value of real property in a district and nature of the boundary.

FSDF datasets in this theme

Theme Purpose

Land and property data underpins the economic, social and environmental fabric of Australia and is used primarily to: Display extent of allowable use of land Provides a link between mapping and land titles making land management easier and more reliable Provides spatial representation of land ownership types for cadastral parcels Manage Title and Tenure, Nature Conservation, Heritage Protection, Defence, and Disaster Management Improve infrastructure and property development planning Inform water and carbon accounting programs

Status

Theme Current Status 
CadLite® contains 14.7 million legal land parcels across Australia and property extents as defined by valuations. PSMA's Land Tenure product contains at least one tenure record for each land parcel. It requires the use of CadLite® to enable visualisation for the user. Both these datasets: Are aggregated from the jurisdictions land and property information data sets. Are updated by PSMA quarterly. Are available through commercial re-sellers. Have edge matching issues at jurisdictional boundaries. Vary in positional accuracy from sub metre accuracy in the urban areas to 10m+ in some rural and remote areas. Vary in currency with some jurisdictions providing planned parcel information and others only as built with up to 6 month time delay There is currently no single vertical integration of the Land Parcel and Property theme for the national coverage.
Theme Future Status 
The national land parcels and property data will be provided as a nationally consistent land parcel and property dataset which will support and deliver this information through the vertical and horizontal integration of the listed datasets. This will allow linking of location of these features across all themes. The dataset will include: Matching with address data and a unique parcel identifier Daily updates A spatial accuracy of 1–10 metres A consistent, edge matched national coverage All planned parcel information Other information about associated property identifiers (Lot on a Deposited Plan) Easement information A single point of access to information on rights, responsibilities and restrictions over land regardless of who imposes them: Information about planned and actual land use Information on land valuation Information about development approvals The ability for properties to be displayed in 3D A two-way mechanism for users to feedback information on perceived errors, omissions or other issues will be provided. The ANZLIC Committee on Survey and Mapping (ICSM) has develop a National Strategy ‘CADASTRE 2034 Powering Land and Real Property’ to address future needs for Land Parcels and Property. A comprehensive 3 year road map, that addresses how the FSDF sponsors, custodians, users and suppliers will progress to the desired future state, will be delivered to the ANZLIC Council in August 2014 by the FSDF Sponsor and subsequently released. The national land parcels and property data will be provided as a nationally consistent land parcel and property dataset which will support and deliver this information through the vertical and horizontal integration of the listed datasets. This will allow linking of location of these features across all themes. The dataset will include: Matching with address data and a unique parcel identifier Daily updates A spatial accuracy of 1–10 metres A consistent, edge matched national coverage All planned parcel information Other information about associated property identifiers (Lot on a Deposited Plan) Easement information A single point of access to information on rights, responsibilities and restrictions over land regardless of who imposes them: Information about planned and actual land use Information on land valuation Information about development approvals The ability for properties to be displayed in 3D A two-way mechanism for users to feedback information on perceived errors, omissions or other issues will be provided. The ANZLIC Committee on Survey and Mapping (ICSM) has develop a National Strategy ‘CADASTRE 2034 Powering Land and Real Property’ to address future needs for Land Parcels and Property. A comprehensive 3 year road map, that addresses how the FSDF sponsors, custodians, users and suppliers will progress to the desired future state, will be delivered to the ANZLIC Council in August 2014 by the FSDF Sponsor and subsequently released.

Theme Coverage

National Coverage of Australia boundary corner monumentation.