On 28-30 September 2014 Chișinău, Moldova hosted the EuroGeographics 2014 General Assembly.
EuroGeographics represents the European National Mapping, Cadastral and Land Registry Authorities. By providing a single point of contact, they enable government, business and citizens to benefit from their collective expertise, products and services. Their mission is to further the development of the European Spatial Data Infrastructure through collaboration in the area of geographical information, including topographic information, cadastre and land information.
There are 61 members of EuroGeographics from 46 countries and they hold a permanent office in Brussels, allowing them to forge fantastic communication links with the European Commission.
I am proud to announce that Land Registry will become even more active in the organisation by starting a 2-year term on the management board. Great Britain hold a permanent representation on the EuroGeographics board shared between Ordnance Survey and Land Registry. Dr. Andrew Trigg will become the UK permanent representative on the board until 2016.
‘I believe this new position will be a great opportunity for Land Registry’ said Andrew ‘it provides us with a voice in Europe within a large and active land and mapping community’.
For more information on EuroGeographics
We are members of several international bodies working on global policy and practice including:
- Centro Internacional de Derecho Registral (CINDER)
- European Land Registry Association (ELRA)
- European Land Information Service (EULIS)
- Permanent Committee on Cadastre in the European Union (PCC)
- United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
For more information on the work of our International Unit
Land Registry data is collected or generated while delivering public services. We make a range of core reference datasets available, such as Cadastral parcels in line with the Data Strategy Board and the Public Data Group. Our dataset inventory lists the full range of datasets we hold.