LINZ | Draft Cadastral Survey Rules 2020 - Presentation [Hamilton]
Wednesday 19 February, 16:00 to 18:00.
In February the Surveyor-General is commencing consultation on the draft Cadastral Survey Rules 2020. This consultation will start with some presentations and online webinars that are intended to explain the proposed changes.
The presentation will cover the following key changes:
- Improved structure and layout
- Simplified terminology
- Connection to Horizontal and Vertical control marks
- Reference Marks
- Dedicated section for non-primary parcels, ground movement and boundary reinstatements
- Inaccurately determined non-primary parcels
- Improved efficiency for recording boundary reinstatements
The draft Cadastral Survey Rules 2020 and a companion document will be released for consultation prior to the presentations.
This event counts for 2 CPD points that will be automatically added to your records.
Tea and coffee will be served from 15:30.
Location: LINZ Office - Level 3/65 Bryce Street, Hamilton 3204.
Please note that there is no onsite parking at the LINZ office. Paid parking is available at the Centre Place carpark next door.
*Registrations will close on the 18 February, 16:00
Anselm Haanen is the Surveyor-General at LINZ since July 2019, having been Deputy Surveyor-General since 2005. He holds a Master of Surveying degree from the University of Otago and has worked in various capacities since joining the Department of Lands and Survey in 1978. He has been heavily involved in the development of Landonline and reviewing Rules for Cadastral Surveying and helped develop the Cadastre 2034 strategy.
Lyndon Telfer is a licensed cadastral survey and Assistant Surveyor-General at Land Information New Zealand. He has gained experience in a variety of private sector roles over a 12 year period, including in private practice, Trimble and a light rail project in Dublin. He joined the department 9 years ago and has worked in the processing centre as both a Survey Advisor and subsequently as Principal Cadastral Surveyor.
Currently, he is the technical lead for the review of the Rules for Cadastral Survey 2010. He acknowledges the current Rules are sometimes difficult to interpret and is excited by the challenge to deliver rules that are clear, concise and enduring.