The role of land administration domain model and spatial data infrastructure in improving ease of doing business in Indonesia | Land Portal

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December 2020
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Land management has four functions that are interlinkage to each other: land tenure, land valuation, land use planning and land development. These functions are the foundation of Indonesia's new strategy for improving its Ease Of Doing Business (EODB), directly in dealing with construction permits and registering property. Ideally, each permit includes Rights, Restrictions, and Responsibilities (RRRs) from land management functions. However, in a decentralization, it is difficult to manage RRRs sourced from different activities and managed by multiple data custodians. Our study applies the conceptual data modeling of spatial planning information in the revision of ISO 19152 on the Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) to ensure the interoperability of RRRs information. This paper is focus on how to establish interoperability of land information and disseminate to enable economic actors in doing complex tasks such as issuing business license and registering properties.

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Indrajit, A.
Jaya, Virgo Eresta
van Loenen, B.
Lemmen, Christiaan
van Oosterom, P.J.M.
Ploeger, H.D.
Theodore, Robertus

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