NZIS Welcomes ASaTS Lead Consultant
Mark Allan, NZIS President is pleased to announce Nick Stillwell as the NZIS Lead Consulting Surveyor for the Advanced Survey and Titles System (ASaTS) that is being developed to replace Landonline.
Landonline is one of the New Zealand government’s larger digital systems and is considered to be part of the national infrastructure with over 13,000 professional users across the country. The system maintains survey and title information, defines property location and records property rights for all land in New Zealand.
“NZIS have welcomed the opportunity to work with Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) to create this position to represent the views of NZIS members as stakeholders in the redevelopment of Landonline and to provide strong leadership in this space” says Mark Allan. “Nick will be responsible for communicating and providing feedback from the sector to the ASaTS team to ensure that we take the opportunity to deliver a solution that will be able to respond to the changing demands of the sector in the future”.
Nick has a Bachelor of Surveying with First Class Honours from Otago University and is a Licensed Cadastral Surveyor. He has most recently been Work Group Manager at Opus International Consultants. He brings extensive experience and history in the surveying sector to the role and is skilled in land development, cadastral surveying and spatial data management for infrastructure projects.
Nick is looking forward to the opportunity to capture the views and ideas of the NZIS membership and advocate for them within the ASaTS project team to ensure that we continue to have a world leading digital land administration system that works for surveyors.