Sunday, June 11, 2006

Plenary Meeting of the Permanent Committee on Cadastre in the EU

Jarmo Ratia, Incoming Chair, August Hochwartner Outgoing Chair, Julius Ernst Head of EG WG CPI and Roxana Carelli of CPCI.


Participants of the PCC Plenary in work. Images: HUNAGI Visual Resources


Plenary of the PCC under the Austrian Presidency participated by representatives of 16 countries

As part of his PCC Report, Outgoing Chair August Hochwartner promoted cooperation between different organisations, especially with the sister organisation Ibero-American Permanent Committee on Cadastral Information (CPCI). The CPCI Cartagena inaguaral meeting was participated by the representatives of the Spanish, Portugaise and Austrian Cadastral Organisation. Presidency is provided by Spain. At the PCC Plenary Roxana Calleri from Argentina delivered presentation on the basic principles and features of the new informal association established in line of the PCC in the European Union. CPCI plans its participation at the GSDI9.
In order to ensure interoperability between services in the pan-European context, Spain offers proposal to enhance the effectivity introducing official agents of the Spanish Cadastre in third countries involving trained human resources.
PCC operates successfully in the ongoing projects, including the INSPIRE, where PCC is acknowledged SDIC for the European Institutions, providing different levels of interactions and influence eg. toward the INSPIRE Drafting Teams.
The Integrated Land Information System of Cyprus (CILIS) was introduced by Chief Cartographer Christos Zenonos.
The incoming Chair of the Permanent Committee on Cadastre in the EU will be under the Finish EU Presidency Mr. Jarmo Ratia, DG of the National Land Survey of Finland. The next PCC Plenary will be held at the Hanasaari Conference Centre in Espoo-Helsinki, 29-30 November 2006.

More on PCC: www.eurocadastre.org
More on EULIS: www.eulis.org
More on the Latin American Cadastre: www.cadastrolatino.org

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