Communal planning and administration as well as legal security have improved, based on a well-functioning cadastral register
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Since a geoid is the ratified framework on which mapping and measuring work in each country is based, creating a common geodetic reference frame for neighbouring Balkan countries will facilitate seamless combination of geographic data across borders. As we know, the effects of climate change and mitigation of the effects are not confined to national borders and increasing regional cooperation among the actors involved in managing these issues would only be beneficial.
Digitalization of documents and maps for part of Podgorica municipality for the property registration system. The Project contains two components:
1.Scanning and archiving of paper maps and documents for a part of Podgorica, Bar, Budva and Kotor municipalities, and
2.Establishing a solution for generating maps in scale 1:50 000 based on existing maps in scale 1:25 000
The project aims to improve the efficiency of permitting and the property registration system by focusing on:(i) real estate administration (i.e. improving registration services, developing the information system, supporting the provision of basic maps, and completing the real estate cadastre); and (ii) supporting the planning and permitting processes in all 21 municipalities and at the central level (i.e.
Production of LIDAR and orthophotos for preparation of new maps for Montenegro for planning and development domestically and also for participation in the European Union program for data sharing and integration (INSPIRE Directive); establishment of a document management system.