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Effectiveness Analysis According to the Affiliation of Linear SOC Projects and Cadastral Resurvey Project
Effectiveness Analysis According to the Affiliation of Linear SOC Projects and Cadastral Resurvey Project
Journal of the Korean Society of Surveying, Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography. 2014. Aug, 32(spc4_2): 393-400
  • Received : August 09, 2014
  • Published : August 31, 2014
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Lee Byoungkil
Yoon Jong Sung
Son Jong Young

Abstract
"Master Plan of Cadastral Resurvey Project" aims to put the governmental budget of 1.3 trillion Won into the cadastral resurvey project until 2030 that reflects the preliminary feasibility study, conducted by government at 2012. The cadastral Resurvey, which takes 78.8% of the expenses in the project, has to take an critical role for earning the most effective results from the project. The cadastral confirmation surveying take up almost 13% of the project and is controlled under the areal SOC(Social Overhead Capital) projects in current "Master Plan of Cadastral Resurvey Project". Also, the affiliations of cadastral resurvey and linear SOC projects are expected to bring advanced results, although those are excluded from cadastral confirmation surveying. For linear SOC projects, the land division survey is conducted by using boundary stakes in boundary survey, while the cadastral resurvey is conducted within the SOC project area, after the completion of the project. In this study, we could conclude that cadastral resurvey results with the world geodetic system from boundary survey at the point of land division could be produced without the duplication of land division and cadastral resurvey. As a result, the expected benefits are 73,877 parcels and 4,078 million won, annually.
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