2008 | 1 | 23-35
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Land management in Poland

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Land management constitutes an integral component of planned spatial management that binds it with the entity, which is responsible for land management, charging it with particular obligations, including those specified in the Surveying and Mapping Law of 17 May 1989. The Law entails such issues as the national land information system, land and building registry (property cadastre), state survey and mapping resources and the infrastructure inventory. According to the Law, data included in the land and building registry constitute a basis for business planning and spatial planning, as well as of public statistics, taxation and benefits, with proper marking of properties in the Land Registers. Data included in the Land and Building Registers and Infrastructure Registers, together with other data collected in the state survey and mapping resources, constitute a basis for the national land information system. The requirements of a good subjective and objective land division are met by the classification implemented by the Regulation of the Minister of Regional Development and Building of 29 March 2001 Concerning Land and Building Registry. The capability to use resources allocated by the European Union will be of fundamental importance for the development of Poland in 2007-2013. That capability will depend on the practical application of institutional instruments and solutions. Therefore, it is necessary to recommend to the Polish communes the databases, as well as land and property information, which are essential for land management, including the metadata databases on the existing and projected Spatial Databases and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) maintained by the initiative of the Chief National Surveyor.
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