On the weekend 9 December LINZ will be updating Landonline mark coordinates and heights to account for ground movement caused about by the Kaikoura Earthquake of 14 November 2016.
The AGM and Communication Forum is being held at the Wellington Club, 88 The Terrace, Wellington next Wednesday 15 November. These events will be preceded by the Stakeholder Workshop for Branch and Stream representatives.
MBIE have release a summary of submissions received on the discussion document on urban development authorities.
The finalists for the 2017 NZ Spatial Excellence Awards were announced in Wellington today.
Mark Allan, NZIS President is pleased to announce Nick Stillwell as the NZIS Lead Consulting Surveyor for the Advanced Survey and Titles System (ASaTS).
LINZ will be holding a series of workshops around the country featuring the review of the Cadastral Rules and updates.
If you are sitting the exams in November a key date is 29 September 2017. All applications for eligibility to sit the exam and forms must be received by the NZIS Admissions Panel by this date.
Priority buildings are a new concept introduced in the national system for identifying and managing earthquake-prone buildings that came into effect on 1 July this year.
Thank you to all the delegates, exhibitors and presenters who helped to make the 2017 conference in Napier such a great success!
We are very excited to announce that the New Zealand Spatial Excellence Awards are now open for entries for 2017.