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Korea grants USD 40 mn for Baku’s cadastre mapping

Korea: The Korean government allocated USD 40 million for development of the urban cadastre of Baku, Azerbaijan. In a press statement, chairman of the State Land & Cartography Committee of Azerbaijan (SLCCA), claimed that the Korean government will assist in developing the urban cadastre of Khazar district of Baku.

The SLCCA chairman further stated, “Khazar district was pilot, and we are planning to develop the urban cadastre of entire Khazar district, and in the future the urban cadastre of the whole city of Baku. To complete development of the urban cadastre of Khazar district we requested another USD 3 million from the Korean government, and USD 40 million for development of entire Baku cadastre. We have already received initial consent for new financing.”

Urban cadastre system, which implies registration of each, even being built, facility in the city, will enable creation of urban infrastructure regulatory system. Within a joint project, it is expected to create an information cadastre, provision of the State Committee with appropriate technology, purchase of computers and special equipment to carry out external works, development of special software and a cadastral map with use of aerial photometry and GPS, as well as holding of training courses for specialists.

Source: ABC.AZ