Ukrainian State Committee on Land Resources (Goskomzem) confirms its readiness to complete the creation of an automated system for state land cadastre to June 2012
"Implementation of constructing an automated system for state land inventory in the World Bank project is designed for 2010-2012. and is divided into five stages. I am confident that the project will be completed in time to the middle of 2012 ", - said the head of the State Committee Oleg Kulinich.
According to him, under a World Bank project to date disbursed $ 50.3 million "for the period of the project have been contracted by $ 50.3 million the funds provided loans from the World Bank, is sufficient, and additional borrowing is not necessary", - said O. Kulinich.
As previously reported, in October 2003, Ukraine signed an agreement with the World Bank loan of U.S. $ 195.13 million in the project issue gosaktov on land ownership in rural areas and the development of cadastre system, which was ratified by Parliament in June 2004, however, In 2008 the Ukrainian authorities have restructured the loan contract by excluding finance the establishment of a unified registration system, and allocated to the project amount was reduced from $ 195.13 million to $ 101 million
Among the best prepared areas for the installation of the system inventory Head of the State Committee called the territorial bodies of land in Odessa, Vinnitsa and Khmelnitsky regions.
According to O. Kulinich the end of July by aerial photography of the base and index cadastral maps an area of 453 thousand square meters. km, which is 75% of the territory of Ukraine. Created orthophoto scale: 1:10 000 total area of 327 thousand square meters. km, 1:5 000 - 30 thousand square meters. km, 1:2 000 - 4,8 thousand square meters. km, as well as the cadastral index maps for the total area of 66,6 thousand square meters. km.
"It is planned that all work on aerial photography and mapping will be completed in 2012. However, it should move more rapidly, as aerial photographs quickly become obsolete and they constantly need to update, update ", - he added.