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Land Markets - Why are They Required and How Will They Develop?

     Land Markets - Why are They Required and How Will They Develop? by Robert MAHONEY, Peter DALE, Robin McLAREN, United Kingdom

 

     Rob Mahoney FRICS, FBCartS is Principal of MahGeo, an independent GI and LIS Consultancy. Rob is a Fellow of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and current Chairman of the RICS’ Faculties and Forums Board. Rob has extensive experience in the management of land information, and land registration, together with the associated technologies and business processes. He has been engaged upon a wide variety of successful projects worldwide. He is also a former member of the UK Government’s GI Information Panel. 

     Peter Dale retired as Professor in Land Information Management at University College London in 2001 since when he has retained his interest in land administration, helping to produce two important documents for the UNECE Working Party on Land Administration. He has been an international figure in the world of the cadastre for many years having studied and published widely in the field. He served as President of the International Federation of Surveyors from 1995-1999 when he was made an Honorary President.

     Robin McLaren is director of Know Edge Ltd a UK based, independent management consulting company formed in 1986 specialising in optimising the business benefits of investments in Geographic Information (GI) systems and services. Robin has been at the forefront of the GIS revolution and is recognised as a world expert in Land Information Management and has worked extensively in Eastern Europe and world-wide to strengthen land tenure to support economic reforms. Robin has recently supported the UK Government in formulating a UK GI Strategy.

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